Ho tshepa ntshepedi ya bontshepe. RECLAMATIONS begins and ends. The first image in the sequence is of a child body, dressed in pink. The last image is of child who stands inside a yellow room
[spacer height=”20px”] Growing up at my grandmother’s place gave me a different perspective of home. The love and care she gave to me and my younger sibling was loving and caring with a bit of strictness. This shaped my view of home. In my view, in order for a home […]
[spacer height=”20px”] Sun gon rise, Sun gon shine Sun gon set Sun gon rise, Sun gon shine Sun gon set I feel sorry for the both of us I don’t mean to hurt your feelings Im sorry, Im going through it Lets go get those Jordans you wanted Cause I […]
[spacer height=”20px”] Since this lockdown started, I haven’t spent even a single day locking myself at home. Police keep roaming around my hood and all me and my neighbours do is just to run away as soon as they appear.
[spacer height=”20px”] The work focuses on my family in Phola Park, Thokoza , where I live. The idea of being locked in at home and being separated from one another as if we are strangers, where we are prisoners in our own spaces. I imagine that if one of my […]