The artists exhibiting at the Stellenbosch Triennale 2020 On The Cusp Exhibition
Aaron Samuel Mulenga
Aaron Samuel Mulengaʻs work seeks to interrogate the tensions and overlaps in various representations of transcendence, which have shaped his spirituality.
Waruguru is interested in everyday materials, especially those associated with the home. Many of her works reference women’s practices and traditional cultural identifiers.
Both formally trained and self-taught in digital photography, videography, and video editing, Canon Rumanzi is a Kampala-based multidisciplinary artist.
A photographer engaged in contributing to her personal discovery as an individual, woman, black, African, but also aims to facilitate the same process of discovery in the other.
Lazaro Samuel, is an artist from Dar-es-salaam. At 15, he was living on the streets of the city and was brought to Nafasi Art Space by the Makini Kids, an organization taking life schools through the arts to homeless kids.
Through print, video, poetry and installation, Malebona’s many interests have manifested into a complex matrix involving the existence of bodies’ historical, physical and spiritual existences in and around her.
Simnikiwe Buhlungu is an artist based in Johannesburg, South Africa. She obtained her BA (Fine Art) degree from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg in 2017.
Communication, Dialogues between the human mind and the canvas. Seeing beyond the obvious, utilization of the sense of sight, touch and feel, tasking the brain to comprehend beyond the mundane.