These ‘non’ TVs hold a unique power. Whether through social media images or physical encounters, they spark immediate conversations.
The themes of vanitas and memento mori or memento vivere deal with imagery as a visual reminder of the
Continuing my exploration of digital vs. analogue experienced lives ,I have constructed small sculptures as an experiment in phenomenology called… Read more Telescreens – a phenomenological experiment?
On Friday, the 17th of January 2020 at 18:00, the annual Members’ Exhibition opens at the Association of Arts, Pretoria.… Read more Members’ Exhibition – Association of Arts, Pretoria
Blow Your Sculpture’s third collaborative iteration took place from January till March 2019 at Smelt Glass Studio , with all twelve artists exhibiting their works at the Pretoria Art Museum…
Blow Your Sculpture 2019 opened on 13 March at the Pretoria Art Museum, almost a year after launching at Smelt… Read more Blow Your Sculpture 2019
One thing I have learned from the international glass community is that it is a family of wierd cousins, uncles and aunts, some might be scary and others timid or bombastic, everyone differenty unique but all are giving, supportive and believe in the magic of glass and its future.
Pretoria is a proverbial melting-pot of glass art. With this in mind several contemporary protagonists using glass in their oeuvre… Read more Back to the Future – Contemporary Glass Inspired by the Past
Blow Your Sculpture will open officially at the Pretoria Art Museum on the 12th of November 2016. Please join us… Read more Blow Your Sculpture Exhibition
Current events shaping the future of creative glass practice in South Africa.