Monthly Archives: February 2011

CONFLICTED PORTRAYAL–DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY COMMODIFIED BY CONTEXT.

A women gazes at us from a magazine cover , her eyes are calm despite her mutilated nose, What happens if we leave Afghanistan, reads the text nestled next to the sitters shoulder below the iconic Times magazine font. The … Continue reading

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PUBLIC SCULPTURE AND THE SEAPOINT PROMENADE

Today panga people, Panga Management is sharing thoughts on the promenade in Seapoint. PM spends a fair amount of time there, PM is on a mission to change a chunky cottage cheese ass, into a smooth cottage cheese ass, and … Continue reading

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VENT SPLEEN AND THEN LAUGH AT YOURSELF AND EVERYONE ELSE

Are you sure you’re an artist? Have you gone through the list of requirements and ticked all the boxes, do your pathologies check out? Do you wear monochrome colours on your happiest day and black for the rest of the … Continue reading

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