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PM AND MR MPHO MOSHE MATHEOLANE CHAT ABOUT REPRESENTATIONAL VIOLENCE IN THE ARTS

PM is of the opinion that all sacred cows should be milked,  grilled and garnished on the nearest iconoclastic braai. “Why?” you may ask. Well Panga People, keep reading and PM will share. If you don’t milk a cow the … Continue reading

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INFECTIONS AND PERFORMANCE ART, THINGS PM GENERALLY AVOIDS

Panga Management would rather gnaw at PM’s own wrists then consciously subject PM’s self to performance art. Exaggerated body movement in contrived contexts makes PM experience bowel movements, not dissimilar to a bad curry after a heavy night out. Yup, … Continue reading

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REVIEWING THE VIEWERS: EXHIBITION OF WORLD PRESS PHOTO AWARD 2011, THE CASTLE OF GOOD HOPE, CAPE TOWN

He reads the text captions digesting each word. Sifting the context into focus through the newspapers and books he has read, and the news bulletins he has watched. His empathy is preceded by relief, that he was not born there, … Continue reading

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