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COMICArtAfrica: Interview with Alistair Brauns

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Andrew Lamprecht, the recently appointed Editor of ARTsouthAFRICA's new sister publication, ComicArtAfrica, sent out a series of questions to a number of comic art practitioners for comment. This is the response of Alistair Brauns (Cape Town-based architect and illustrator). Selected extracts from other respondents are included in pull-quotes throughout the supplement and will be published online and in ARTsouthAFRICA’s digital editions over the next few months.

ComicArtAfrica: Interview with Anton Pretorius

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Andrew Lamprecht, the recently appointed Editor of ARTsouthAFRICA's new sister publication, ComicArtAfrica, sent out a series of questions to a number of comic art practitioners for comment. The full response of Anton Pretorius (currently a post-graduate student at Stellenbosch University specializing in Illustration) follows below. Selected extracts from other respondents are included in pull-quotes throughout the supplement and will be published online and in ARTsouthAFRICA’s digital editions over the next few months.

ComicArtAfrica: Interview with Andrew Cramer

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Andrew Lamprecht, the recently appointed Editor of ARTsouthAFRICA's new sister publication, ComicArtAfrica, sent out a series of questions to a number of comic art practitioners for comment. The full response of Andrew Cramer (comic book colourist, illustrator and graphic designer living and working in Cape Town) follows below. Selected extracts from other respondents are included in pull-quotes throughout the supplement and will be published online and in ARTsouthAFRICA’s digital editions over the next few months.

Graffiti South Africa: An Interview with Cale Waddacor on His New Book

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Graffiti South Africa is a new graffiti and street art book by Cale Waddacor; the first book to showcase South Africa’s graffiti on the international stage. The book complies a complete documentary record of the history of South African graffiti through hundreds of high quality pictures in all major cities, from walls to trains, and action shots, as well as interviews with top South African graffiti artists, including Rasty, Falko, Mak1one, Faith47, and Mars. ARTsouthAFRICA spoke to the author about the launch of this important archive.

ComicArtAfrica: Interview with Ben Winfield

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Andrew Lamprecht, the recently appointed Editor of ARTsouthAFRICA's new sister publication, ComicArtAfrica, sent out a series of questions to a number of comic art practitioners for comment. The full response of Ben Winfield (a freelance illustrator, sculptor and animator living and working in Cape Town) follows below. Selected extracts from other respondents are included in pull-quotes throughout the supplement and will be published online and in ARTsouthAFRICA’s digital editions over the next few months.

ComicArtAfrica: Interview with Danelle Malan

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Andrew Lamprecht, the recently appointed Editor of ARTsouthAFRICA's new sister publication, ComicArtAfrica, sent out a series of questions to a number of comic art practitioners for comment. The full response of Danelle Malan (co-writer and producer of the webcomic Cottonstar with partner Ben Geldenhuys) follows below. Selected extracts from other respondents are included in pull-quotes throughout the supplement and will be published online and in ARTsouthAFRICA’s digital editions over the next few months.

ComicArtAfrica: Interview with Daniel Hugo

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Andrew Lamprecht, the recently appointed Editor of ARTsouthAFRICA's new sister publication, ComicArtAfrica, sent out a series of questions to a number of comic art practitioners for comment. The full response of Daniel Hugo (the artist responsible for the cover image of the inaugural edition of ComicArtAfrica) follows below. Selected extracts from other respondents are included in pull-quotes throughout the supplement and will be published online and in ARTsouthAFRICA’s digital editions over the next few months.
 

Rhodes University Fine Art Students Crowd Fund for Infecting the City 2015

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FeedBack Loop is a performative project which has been shortlisted for Infecting the City 2015. In order to achieve this project, the group - representative of the staff and students at Rhodes University Fine Art Department who are engaged in performance art research - need to crowd fund at least half of their costs (transport and accommodation). They have only two weeks to realise their goal of R11 000 in order to bring Feedback Loop to Cape Town.

The Controversy Issue (13.2): Exclusive Interview with Sara Myers

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ARTsouthAFRICA 13.2 is the Controversy Issue. In it, we published exclusive material surrounding the 'Exhibit B' (by Brett Bailey) debacle at the Barbican in London. Sara Myers, activist and petitioner, begain a movement known as #boycottthehumanzoo in opposition to Bailey's 'Exhibit B.' Ashraf Jamal spoke to her one-on-one about her views on the performance and how she believes it reinforces institutionalised racism.

ComicArtAfrica: Interview with Nathan Trantraal

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Andrew Lamprecht, the recently appointed Editor of ARTsouthAFRICA's new sister publication, ComicArtAfrica, sent out a series of questions to a number of comic art practitioners for comment. The full response of Nathan Trantraal (who, along with brother Andre, is responsible for the ground breaking Coloureds and Crossroads comics) follows below. Selected extracts from other respondents are included in pull-quotes throughout the supplement and will be published online and in ARTsouthAFRICA’s digital editions over the next few months.

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