In “Metamorphy” artwork, the veil is like a porous skin which generates a virtual cloud through interactions of audience. It draws sensorial limits between a physical and immaterial body.
Specifically I am looking for dialogues; the dialogues between foreground and background, objects and subjects, past and present…
I wondered if disparate individuals from countries halfway around the world could work together in real time as a positive model for creation rather than destruction.
Nomusa Makhubu uses her work as a means of critiquing the socio-political environment as well as an important means of reflection of the everyday lives of people.
This is how I view humanity; always teetering on the line between fiction and reality, domination and submissiveness, self and other.
This project plays with lost and reclaimed identity, queries authenticity, toys with the artist’s intervention/intention to inject uniqueness into mass-produced objects, and calls into question the systems of presentation and representation.
Containers are a symbol for our globalized world and represent the mobility and internationality of contemporary art.
Disturbing the Spirits deals with both reality and time (past/present/future) and my growing attachment to the healing powers of the natural environment.
We use technology in our creations in order to suggest a kind of ‘poetry of life’.
The work takes as a starting point a theory originally developed by Gustav Fechner, the father of psychophysics, to describe what happens to the energy of human life after death.