Shattered Sand

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Inspired by this at first – cracks formed when I stepped onto and into the sand: When creating this piece, instead of trying to prevent my body from leaving marks, cracks and indents, I used it as part of the … Continued

Thupelo 2015 (residency)

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I am honoured to have been one of the artists for the Thupelo 2015 workshop held at Ruth Prowse School of Art in Woodstock. My work included photography, a collaboration, installation art, land art on Granger Bay beach, reading to the … Continued

GNAP Land Art: South Korea

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Land Art in South Korea, created when we travelled through their landscape as part of the Global Nomadic Art Project.   In August 2015, I travelled to South Korea to join YATOO artists in travelling through the landscape, creating land … Continued

Peace Leaves

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Peace leaves (diptych) Watercolour on paper 19.7 x 14.7 cm each (unframed)  2016 Painted from leaves found at Peace of Eden, Knysna. The colours, marks and shapes on the leaves were incredibly beautiful and interesting.

Fragments of the beach

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These photographs documents a land art piece that aptly captures fragility and an important aspect of the human-ecology relationship. Each broken piece from the hardened layer of sand that I used had to be handled very carefully. Some pieces were … Continued

Perfection

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Usually when taking a photo, I look for the ideal angle, the nicest lighting, and.. the most undamaged flowers. Instead, this time I sought out all the flowers that has been affected by the wind, sun and insects, honouring them … Continued

Washed Away

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Documentation of land art created on Sunset Beach, Cape Town.Limited Edition (Edition size: 3) archival print on art paper60 x 45 cm paper size (print image size: 40 x 18 cm) – – – – – – – – – … Continued

Wat steek vas in jou nate?

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Acacia thorns stuck into the skin of my left hand, after which audience members were invited to remove them. Created/Performed during OPENLab2016, as part of the Programme for Innovation in Artform Development (PIAD), an experimental arts and community engaged initiative of … Continued

ORGANISM video stills

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ORGANISM stills from the video Limited edtion prints on watercolour paper Edition: 3 2016 View the video >> Read about the inspiration behind this work >>

Cape Flora

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Available at StateoftheART: Cape Flora I Cape Flora II Cape Flora III

Subdermal

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This abstract work is inspired by the epidermis cells of our skin, and the processes that happen within our body at every moment of our lives. Our skin is our largest organ and also the mediator between our body and … Continued

Veld Plantium

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This drawing of an aloe-like plant from the veld honours the tenacity and adaptability of the plants in the Klein Karoo of South Africa. Available at StateoftheART

Universal

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  Continuous lines symbolise the interconnectivity of all matter while the radiating pattern creates a pulse representing the drumbeat of the universe. This work honours life itself and everything it entails.  

Pieter

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Created from salvaged electronic and technological components this dragonfly connects what we call ‘nature’ with modern technological and everyday life. We have become so disconnected from what’s truly around us that we forget people’s name, nevermind naming the species that … Continued

Johnny

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This sculpture is a monument to a farm animal. Each animal on this planet has a life, and a life worth protecting and respecting. Our animal agriculture industry is a machine that not only kills billions of animals daily, but … Continued

Integration

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Developing human, fish and other embryos at times share features, such as tails and gill-like structures. Yes, human embryos at a certain stage have a tail and folded neck structures that, in fish, later turn into gills! These gills become … Continued

Inside my body, your body

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A look inside of the body – shapes that echo plasma and cells, but also connecting it to ‘outside’ through the inclusion of leaf shapes.

Plasma

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An abstract drawing inspired by bodily fluids. We so easily think ‘yuck’, but have we really looked at the incredible properties and function of urine, mucus, blood and semen?

Pollen: Sperm

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These fluffy seed heads in this drawing will release their seeds into the wind and rain, where it will fall in fertile soil and germinate to grow as grasses that would bear the same seed heads. Nature works in cycles, … Continued

Avian

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“…The free bird thinks of another breeze and the trade winds soft through the sighing trees and the fat worms waiting on a dawn-bright lawn and he names the sky his own. But a caged bird stands on the grave … Continued

Imprinted

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Imprinted in our DNA is not only our genetic material, but also ancient matter from our ageless origins long before we evolved into Homo Sapiens.

A|part

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We see ourselves as apart from ‘nature’, while we have no other choice but to be intertwined and connected to it in our very being. As an organism and species – no matter how ‘advanced’ we think we are – … Continued