Motlhoki Nono

b. 1998 in Mabopane, Pretoria. Lives in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Motlhoki Nono uses video and printmaking as tools to investigate the textures of intimacies and violences that are implicated in romantic love. She defines her practice as a decolonial and sociological enquiry into love, exploring how love manifests at the intersection of race, class and gender.


2017-2020: Bachelor of Fine Arts, Honours, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
2016: Matriculated, Prestige College, Pretoria


2024: Kissing Studies, David Krut Projects, Johannesburg, South Africa
2023: The Weight of a Kiss, Ernest Cole Award, 70 Juta Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, South Africa
2021: 40 under 40, WhatIfTheWorld x Krone, Twee Jonge Wine Estate, Tulbagh, South Africa
2021: Unusual Suspects, African Artist’s Foundation, Lagos, Nigeria
2021: Home For the Holidays, Danger Gevaar Ingozi, Johannesburg, South Africa
2020: Tactile Visions–Woven, Turbine Art Fair (Online), Johannesburg, South Africa
2020: The Nonrepresentational, Stevenson Gallery (Online), Johannesburg, South Africa
2020: Now-Now, Gallery 114, Portland, USA
2020: NeWWork, The Point of Order (Graduation Show), Johannesburg, South Africa
2019: Art of Dining, Gemeli, Johannesburg, South Africa
2018: Blvck Blvck, The Artivist, Johannesburg, South Africa
2017: Blvck Blvck, The Artivist, Johannesburg, South Africa

Video Screenings

2021: Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime, Christian Nyampeta, Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig, Germany
2021: African Femenisms Conference, University of Cape Town, Cape town, South Africa
2021: City SALTS: Boda Boda Lounge, SALTS, Basel, Switzerland
2021: Re/Projections: Video, Film, and Performance for the Rotunda, Gugghenheim, New York, USA
2020: Now Bite The Hand That Feeds You, Boda Boda, Tangier, Morocco

Residencies, Awards & Honours

2022: Ernest Cole Award
2021: Leipzig International Art Programme Residency, Leipzig, Germany
2021: Thami Mnyele Fine Arts Awards, Lizamore Prize African Artists Foundation Artist Grant
2020: Nataal Media Top 10 Emerging Creatives
2020: SARB Art Scholarship
2020: Design Indaba Emerging Creatives
2020: Anya Millman Scholarship for outstanding practical work in Fine Arts
2020: Giovanna Millner Scholarship for distinguished postgraduate and undergraduate work in Fine Arts and History of Art
2019: Thami Mnyele Fine Arts Awards Top 100
2019: WSOA Fine Art Certificate of First Class
2019: WSOA Drawing and Contemporary Practice Certificate of Merit
2016: WSOA Fine Art and Drawing and Contemporary Practice Certificate of First Class 

Invited Talks

2021: African Feminisms Conference–Claiming Breath, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa
2020: Black Women in Contemporary Art, Thabo Mbeki Foundation, Women's Day Conference, Turffontein, South Africa
2019: On the Utility of Hands and Holding: A Discussion on Love, Work and Space, KZNSA Gallery, Durban, South Africa
2019: Art Investments, Fourways, Johannesburg,  South Africa


On Love, Materiality and Function, Creative Feel, 2021.
Grad Guide 2021Between 10 and 5, 2021. 
Nkgopoleng Moloi, Can 'The Nonrepresentational' prove a new model for artists and galleries? Mail & Guardian, 2020. 
Miriam Bouteba, Eyes to the Future, Nataal, 2020. 

Nyakallo Maleke

b.1993 Johannesburg, South Africa; lives in Johannesburg.

Nyakallo Maleke is a Johannesburg-based interdisciplinary artist and writer. Currently, she works primarily with large scale, mixed-media drawing processes, often using pastel, sewn thread and charcoal in textured explorations of space, surface, and colour. 

Not Every Flower Blooms Under Harsh Light

2018. Performance in Italy.


you may need to fit into the team, the team may not fit into you – Lehae

2017. one part of two channel video, 15:00.

you may need to fit into the team, the team may not fit into you – Hae

2017. one part of two channel video, 15:07.


2023: ASAI Print Access Workshop, Wits School of Arts, Johannesburg.
2019: Master of Arts HES-SO/ MA (Art in Public Spheres), école de design et haute école d’art du Valais, Sierre, Switzerland.
2016: Asiko International Art School Alumni, Addis Ababa edition, Ethiopia.
2015: Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts (Honours), The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

Solo Exhibitions

2023: Making Sense of the Same Story, Bag Factory Artists' Studios, Johannesburg.
2016: Leaning Towards an Edge that Does Not Leak, John Muafangejo Art Centre Art Season, Namibia, (City Centre and Katutura) Windhoek.

Group Exhibitions (International)

2019: AfroLuso Residency Exhibition, Modzi Arts Gallery, Lusaka, Zambia.
2019: Masters Graduation Exhibition, USEGO, Sierre, Switzerland.
2018: Live Works Vol 6, Performance Act Award, Centrale Fies: Drodesera Festival, Dro, Italy.
2018: Group Exhibition, MAXX Space, Sierre, Switzerland.
2018: The Dog Done Gone Deaf: The Sonic Cosmologies of Halim El Dabh, 13th Dak’art Biennale, Musee IFAN, Dakar, Senegal.
2016: Here and Here, Asni Art Gallery, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Group Exhibitions (South Africa)

2021: A Cloud, Studio Nxumalo/Gallery 2, Johannesburg.
2021: The Problem with Contemporary African Art is...? Studio Nxumalo/Meta Foundation Gallery, August House, Johannesburg
2021: The Cultural Life of Spaces, Association of Visual Artists Gallery, Cape Town.
2021: Territories Between Us, Iziko Museums, Cape Town.
2021: Handle With Care, Javett Art Centre, University of Pretoria, Pretoria.
2021: Emergence, Forms Gallery, Online.
2021: Monotypes...A Monotypebabe Experience, Bag Factory Artists’ Studios, Johannesburg.
2020: An Exhibition In Several Acts/ A Lexigram Of Ideas, August House Gallery, Johannesburg.
2019: FSTOP CLUB Zine and Self-Publishing: Edition Three, Market Photo Workshop. Johannesburg.
2017: Untitled, [Mural Project], Stevenson Gallery, Johannesburg
2017: The New Parthenon, Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town
2016: Sorry, Please Try Again, Cape Town.
2016: HERE WE, by Dorothee Kreutzfeldt, ROOM Gallery & Projects NPC, Johannesburg.
2016: Nothing Gets Organised (NGO), Nothing Gets Organised, Johannesburg.
2015: RAMP, Stevenson Gallery, Woodstock Cape Town
2015: Even Younger Than, Assemblage, Johannesburg.
2015: Newwork15, Graduate Show, Wits Art Museum, Johannesburg.
2014: Thirteen Fourteen, Substation Gallery, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
2014: Ideally, Substation Gallery, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
2014: One thousand Nine Hundred and Thirty, Hotel Bannister Basement, Johannesburg.


2018: Not Every Flower Blooms Under harsh light, Drodesera Festival, Dro, Italy
2018: Performing Scores, 13th Dak’art Biennale, Dakar, Senegal.


2020: Foundation Opale Residency, Sydney, Australia.
2019: AfroLuso Modzi Residency, Lusaka, Zambia.
2018: Centrale Fies: Live Works Vol.6, Performance ACT Award Residency, Trento, Italy.
2016: Àsíko International Art Programme, CCA Lagos, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.


2019: The Excellency Prize of HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Western Switzerland
2014: Recipient of the Martienssen Prize (currently known as The Wits Young Artist), Wits School of Arts, Johannesburg, South Africa


2020: When Drawing has to Move, [a drawing class], in_herit Festival, Iziko Museums, online. 

Reviews & Articles


Nyakallo Maleke's website.
Nyakallo Maleke's page on the FORMS Gallery website.

Yasmien Mackay

b. 1997, Durban, South Africa; lives in Durban.

Yasmien Mackay utilizes digital photography, video and printing, with found objects and installation, to explore and provoke responses to questions of patriarchy, culture, language and identity in contemporary society. A graduate of DUT, Mackay has been exhibiting her work since 2016.


2019:  Bachelor of Technology, Fine Art (cum laude),  Durban University of Technology, Durban.

Group Exhibitions (South Africa)

2020:  An Unfurling: Young Artist Project, KwaZulu-Natal Society of Arts (KZNSA) Gallery, Durban.
2019:  When Thoughts Become Things, Durban Art Gallery, Durban.
2019:  Zeitgeist Africa, Durban University of Technology Gallery, Durban.
2019:  Entrepreneurship Through the Arts, Durban International Convention Centre, Durban.
2019:  Emma Smith Nominee Exhibition, Durban University of Technology, Durban.
2018:  DUT Fine Art & Jewellery Design Graduate Exhibition, KwaZulu-Natal Society of Arts (KZNSA) Gallery, Durban.
2018:  SHIFT. DISREGARD. RETHINK, Durban University of Technology Gallery, Durban.
2018:  DOES THIS OFFEND YOU?  BAT Centre, Durban.
2016:  National Creative Arts Youth Festival, Durban University of Technology Gallery, Durban.
2016:  New Beginners, Durban Art Space, Durban.


2019:  Fine Art Excellence Award (Fourth Year Top Student), Durban University of Technology.
2018:  Fine Art Excellence Award (Third Year Top Student), Durban University of Technology.
2018:  Dean’s Merit Award for National Diploma in Fine Art, Durban University of Technology.
2017:  Fine Art Excellence Award (Second Year Top Student), Durban University of Technology.
2016:  Third Place, National Creative Arts Youth Festival.
2016:  Fine Art Excellence Award (First Year Top Student), Durban University of Technology.









Stacey Stent

b. 1947, Cape Town, South Africa; lives in Cape Town.

Stacey Stent is a satirical cartoonist, animator and graphic designer, who has worked extensively in print and online media. Her work has been historically important in challenging the South African white left to enact their politics sincerely, rather than symbolically.


1971: Diploma in Graphic Design, University of Cape Town, Cape Town.


1997 - 2012: Graphic designer and animator, Multimedia Education Group (now Centre for Educational Technology), University of Cape Town. 
1988 - 1997: Graphic Designer, Industrial Health Research Group, University of Cape Town.
1987 - 1989: Graphic Designer, Community Arts Project (CAP), Cape Town.
1984 - present: Freelance cartoonist and illustrator, Cape Town.
1984 - 1986: Illustrator, Molo Songolo Newsletters, Cape Town.

Published Works

2015 - present: Stent’s Spot, weekly animated cartoon strip, Money Market UK.
2008 - present: Stent, monthly animated cartoon strip, Noseweek.
1989 - 1990: Flash, weekly animated cartoon strip, Independent Online.
1987 - 1990: Who's Left, weekly animated cartoon strip‚ Weekly Mail Newspaper.
1986 - 1989: Illustrations, Community Arts Project newsletters & calendar, Cape Town.
1984 - 1986: Illustrations and cartoons, Molo Songololo newsletters, Cape Town.


1991: Visual Arts Group exhibition, Centre for African Studies, University of Cape Town.
2015: Speechless, Erdmann Contemporary, Cape Town.
2009: Exhibition, Centre for Comic, Illustration and Book Arts (CCIBA), Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch.
2007: Africa South, Association for Visual Arts (AVA) Gallery, Cape Town.
1996: (Dis)playing the Game, District Six Museum, Cape Town.
1993: Streets, District Six Museum, Cape Town.
1990: Group Show of South African Art, South African National Gallery, Cape Town.


2010: Andy Mason, What’s so funny: Under the Skin of South African Cartooning, Juta and Company Ltd, Johannesburg.
2009: Andy Mason, John Curtis (eds), Just for Kicks: The Year in Cartoons, Jacana Media, Johannesburg.
2008: Andy Mason, Don't Joke!: The Year in Cartoons, Jacana Media, Johannesburg.
1999: Harry Dugmore, Stephen Francis, Rico Schacherl (eds), Mandela: A Life in Cartoons, David Phillip Publishers, Cape Town.
Maimuna Adam

Maimuna Adam

b. 1984, Maputo, Mozambique.

Maimuna Adam employs a diverse set of techniques to bring together the themes of memory, history, travel and migration. Her works weave fictional and non-fictional narratives related to the experiences of family and friends.


2008: Bachelor of Arts, Fine Art, University of Pretoria.

Solo Exhibitions (Mozambique)

2014:​ ¡Toma!, Instituto Cultural Moçambique-Alemanha (ICMA-Goethe Zentrum), Maputo.
2013​: Bon Voyage, Galeria “Sala de Espera”, Associação Kulungwana, Maputo

Solo Exhibitions (International)

2015: Family, Bayreuth International Graduate School of African Studies (BIGSAS), Bayreuth.

Group Exhibitions (Mozambique)

2015​: Colecção Crescente, Galeria “Sala de Espera”, Associação Kulungwana, Maputo.
2014​: Processos, Galeria “Sala de Espera”, Associação Kulungwana, Maputo.
2013: Crescent Collection, Kulungwana, Maputo.
2013: Living in this world, Mediateca BCI – Espaço Joaquim Chissano, Maputo.
2012: Between there and here, Bienal MUVART’12, ICMA-Goethe Zentrum, Maputo
2012: Crescent Collection, Kulungwana, Maputo.
2011: Dockanema 6, Video Art/Fundação PLMJ session, Maputo.
2011: Bienal TDM 2011, National Art Museum, Maputo.
2011: Exhibition of Mozambican Art, French-Mozambican Cultural Center, Maputo.
2010: MUVART’10 Contemporary Art Bienale, National Art Museum, Maputo.
2010: Women and Borders, French-Mozambican Cultural Center, Maputo.
2010: Love/Hate soccer, French-Mozambican Cultural Center, Maputo.
2010: Temporary Occupations – Paper/Role, Minerva Central Bookshop, Maputo.
2009: TDM Bienal, National Art Museum, Maputo.
2009: Karingana wa Karingana, Camões Institute, Maputo.
2004: Art in the Feminine, National Art Museum, Maputo.

Group Exhibitions (International)

2015: Rastros, Museu Capixaba do Negro (MUCANE), Vitória, Espírito Santo.
2015: As Margens dos Mares, SESC Pinheiros, São Paulo.
2015: Odyssées Africaines, BRASS Centre Culturel de Forest, Brussels.
2013: !Kauru: Africa Imagined, Pretoria Art Museum, Pretoria.
2013: hetero q.b., Chiado National Contemporary Art Museum, Lisbon.
2013: Temporary Occupations – Documents, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon.
2012: 100 Works, 10 Years: A Selection from the PLMJ Foundation Collection, Arpad Szenes – Vieira da Silva Foundation, Lisbon.
2012: _tribune video, École Superieure d’Art de La Réunion, Le Port, Réunion.
2012: Africa meets Europe, Galeri Matesh, Breda.
2012: César Schofield Cardoso, Maimuna Adam, René Tavares, Graça Brandão Gallery, Lisbon.
2012: VI São Tomé & Príncipe Art and Culture Bienal, Museu da Cidade, Lisbon
2011: VI Art and Culture Bienal, CACAU, São Tomé.


2012: PLMJ Foundation CPLP Video Art Prize, Lisbon
2009: Honorable mention for video, “The Curtain”, TDM Bienal, National Art Museum, Maputo.


Khumo Sebambo, Negotiating the in-between, (ASAI, 2019).


Jarrett Erasmus

b. 1984, Cape Town. Lives in Johannesburg.

Erasmus works in various media, focusing on current collaboration while thinking about post apartheid realities and its affects on the social dynamics between communities in South Africa as well as the diaspora.


2017  Masters in Fine Art, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
2016  ZHdk Summer School programme, Zurich, Switzerland
2007 - 2010  Bachelor of Fine Arts, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa
2005 - 2006  Design and Visual art Certificate, Arts and Media Access Centre (AMAC), Cape Town, South Africa
2003 – 2005  Cape Peninsula University of Technology Graphic Design

Projects and Exhibitions

2019  The Main Complaint, group exhibition, Zeitz MOCAA, Cape Town, South Africa
2018  Curatorial Care, Humanising Practices conference, University of Johannesburg, Johannesburg, South
2018  Museum Dialogues conference, Goethe Institut, Windhoek, Namibia
2018  Kewpie, The Daughter of District Six, public art event in collaboration with Gay And Lesbian Memory in Action and District Six Museum, Cape Town, South Africa
2017  Panelist, Any Given Sunday presentation, African Art in Venice Forum, Italy
2016  Re(as)sisting Narratives, group exhibition, District Six Museum, Cape Town, South Africa (Burning Museum)
2016  Foundations and Futures, group exhibition, Bag Factory Arts studios, Johannesburg, South Africa
2016  Festival D’Art Urbain, Antanarivo, Madagascar
2016  Straatpraatjies, Burning Museum performance, Cape Town, South Africa
2016  Poetry Circle Nowhere workshop, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
2015  Empty Ghosts, Public Art project, Johannesburg, South Africa
2015  Artificial Facts: Boundary Objects, group exhibition, Kunsthaus Dresden, Germany (Burning Museum)
2015  Objetos Frontera, CA2M, Madrid, Spain (Burning Museum)
2015  Addressing the Headquarters, presentation, Framer Framed, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (Burning Museum)
2015  Cover Version, Gallery MoMo, Cape Town, South Africa (Burning Museum)
2015  Fortunes Remixed, group exhibition. Bag Factory Artist’s Studios, Johannesburg, South Africa
2014  Manufractured, Burning Museum performance, Cape Town, South Africa
2014  Ubuntu Artist Exchange, Studio Museum in Harlem, NY
2014  Plakkers, group exhibition, Brundyn Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa (Burning Museum)
2014  Do It, Michaelis Gallery, UCT, Cape Town, South Africa (Burning Museum)
2013  TO LET , Centre For African Studies gallery, UCT, Cape Town, South Africa
2013  Co-Curator, Till it Breaks, Greatmore Studios, Cape Town, South Africa
2013  Currency and Curiosity, Joule City Incubator & Research Studio, Cape Town, South Africa
2012  Material Things, solo exhibition, Nafasi Art Space, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
2012  S A S, group exhibition, Bag Factory, Johannesburg, South Africa
2011  Mural Painting project at Community House, Salt River
2010  Plures Tectonicus (Many Mansions), Graduate solo exhibition, Albany Natural Sciences Museum Shell Gallery, Grahamstown, South Africa
2006  Mural painting, Artscape Theatre, Cape Town, South Africa

Workshops and Residencies

2018  OpenLab: The Art of Making, artists residency, Richmond, South Africa
2015: ASAI In Print, Print Access Workshop Series, Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town.
2014  Thupelo Artist’s Workshop, Cape Town, South Africa
2014  Arts Aweh Ambassadors programme (facilitator), Cape Town, South Africa
2013  Resident artist, Greatmore Studios, Cape Town, South Africa
2012 Cyan Development Concepts creative development workshops (teacher), Cape Town, South Africa
2012  Visiting Artist Residency, Through the lens: Drawing workshop, NAFASI Art Space, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
2012  Visiting Artist Residency, Bag Factory Artist’s Studios, Johannesburg, South Africa
2012  Artist's workshop, Thupelo, Cape Town, South Africa
2011  Participant and facilitator, Koekenaap artists workshop, Matzikama District, South Africa


Awards and Academic achievements

2013  Business and Arts administrative certificate
2012  David Koloane Award
2011  Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree (Painting), Masters Degree Scholarship


2017 - present  Sessional Lecturer, Visual Arts, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
2014  Infecting the City Festival High Schools programme, South Africa
2013 – 2014  Researcher and Digital archivist, Africa South Art Initiative (ASAI), Cape Town, South Africa
2010 – 2012  Facilitator, Cyan Development Concepts community arts and creative development workshops, Cape Town, South Africa
2009 – 2010 Intern, Artb Gallery, Bellville, South Africa

Assistant (N.R.F. internship), Visual Art undergraduate programme, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
Production Assistant, VOLTA Art Fair, Art Basel, Switzerland
Board member, Thupelo Artists Workshop, Cape Town, South Africa

Nirveda Alleck

b. 1975, Mauritius. Currently lives in Mauritius.

Nirveda Alleck is a multi-disciplinary artist who explores the psychology of human social life in public and personal spaces. In her paintings, she works with a combination of staged and studied portraiture, adding elements of fiction, or removing backdrops from otherwise hyperreal representations. In her three dimensional work, which studies a variety of objects and scenes, the centrality of human presence is always implied as a central point of interest.


2012: Cultural Leadership Training, African Arts Institute, South African Centre for the Netherlands and Flanders, Cape Town.
2001: Master of Fine Art (MFA), Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow.
1997: Bachelor of Art in Fine Arts (Hons.), First Class, Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town, Cape Town.

Solo Exhibitions (Mauritius)

2023: No Story is an Island, Caudan Arts Centre, Port Louis.
2020: De quel noirceur sont tes pensées, Institut Français de Maurice, Mauritius
2018: Divine Weapons, Imaaya Art Gallery, Vacoas-Phoenix.
2013: Select Works, Angsana Balaclava, Balaclava.
2012: Art Party, Henessy Park Hotel, Quatre Bornes.
2007: Présent Immobile, La Citadelle, Port Louis.
1998: Zilch And All, Max Boullé Gallery, Beau Bassin-Rose Hill.
2004: Duad, Max Boullé Gallery, Beau Bassin-Rose Hill.

Solo Exhibitions (International)

2019: Car, vois-tu, tu as droit d’être obscur, Cité internationale des arts Paris, Paris.

Group Exhibitions (Mauritius)

2016: Edge Effects, La Citadelle, Port Louis.
2016: Porlwi by Light, Company Garden, Port Louis.
2016: Metaform, Roger's House, Mauritius.
2015: Charles Beaudelaire exhibition, Helen de Senneville Gallery, Mauritius
2015: Parl’eau- Collaborative work with Katia Bourdarel during La Peau des Choses
exhibition, IFM, Mauritius
2015: Amnesia: 180th anniversary commemorating the abolition of slavery, Rabindranath
Tagore Institute, Mauritius
2014: Glories of Bihar, Rabindranath Tagore Institute, Mauritius
2014: Femlink- Feminin Plurielles, International Video Art exhibition, IFM, Mauritius
2013: La Belle Peinture II, Phoenix le Halles, Port Louis.
2012: We Have Lost The Way, Port Louis.
2010: The Landing of the Dodos, public, Quatre Bornes.
2010: 200 Years after the Battle of Grand Port, Commemorative Exhibition, Mauritius.
2009: Indian Diaspora International Exhibition, Mauritius.
2008: INTERLACE - Drawing Connections between SA, Finland and Mauritius, IMAAYA Gallery, Vacoas-Phoenix.
2008: Imaaya Group Exhibition, Imaaya Gallery, Vacoas-Phoenix.
2008: Omada, Live video performance.
2007: Liberté D’expression, Right Now! Exhibition, IBL Gallery, Port Louis.
2007: International Women’s Exhibition, Mahatma Ghandi Institute Gallery, Moka.
2005: 2nd Triennale of Contemporary Art, Mauritius.
2005: Salon de Mai, Mahatma Ghandi Institute Gallery, Moka.

Group Exhibitions (International)

2024: The Sun Never Sets II: More Than One Memory. Unit, London.
2019: Streams of Consciousness, Rencontres de Bamako -  Biennale Africaine de la photographie, National Museum of Mali, Bamako.
2017: Ethics in a World of Strangers: Nirveda Alleck and Eric van Hove, Richard Taittinger Gallery, New York City.
2017: Tous, des sang-meles, Musée d´art contemporain du Val-de-Marne MAC/Val, Paris.
2016: Dakar-Martigny: Hommage À La Biennale D’art Contemporain, Le Manoir, Matrigny.
2016: Le Tour de Origines, Chapelle Saint Thomas des Indiens, Réunion Island.
2016: Kwe I Espas, Le Hangart, Réunion Island.
2016: We the People, Casablanca International Biennale, Cassablanca.
2014: Des hommes, des mondes, College des Bernardins, Paris.
2014: Where are we now?, Marrakech Biennale Parallel projects, Marrakech.
2014: African Artists: Still Fighting Ignorance & Intellectual Perfidy (SFIP), Ben Uri Gallery & Museum, St. John's Wood, London. 
2014: Africa Utopia, Digital Africa: The Future is now, Southbank Centre, London.
2014: Analogue Eye: Video art from Africa, National Arts Festival, Grahamstown.
2014: !Kauru, Unisa Art Gallery, Pretoria. 
2014: Des hommes, des mondes, College des Bernardins, Paris, France
2013: Origins of a new world tour, Made in India,  Reunion Island.
2013: Still Fighting Ignorance and Intellectual Perfidy, Ben Uri Gallery, London; Malmö Konsthall, Malmö.
2013: Art Warning the World, Klaus Guingand, online.
2012: One Colour Screening, La Cinematheque Quebequoise, Quebec.
2012: Dak'art African Contemporary Art Biennale, La Gare, Dakar.
2011: One Colour, Pfeister Gallery, Bornholm.
2011: To Africanize is to Civilize, Paris Photo OFF, Paris.
2011: Festival Africain d'Images Virtuelles Artistiques (FAIVA) Residency Exhibition, Center Soleil d'Afrique, Bamako.
2011: Migrant-C, FNB Joburg Art Fair, Johannesburg.
2011: One Minutes Africa Awards, Townhouse Gallery, Cairo.
2011: FOCUS11: Contemporary Art Africa, Art Basel, Basel.
2011: Open Studio, Omi International Art Centre, New York.
2011: One Minutes Video Africa, Bamako.
2010: African Renaissance, World Festival of Black Arts International, Dakar.
2010: La Foire des Mascareignes, Le Port, Reunion Island.
2010: Dak'art African Contemporary Art Biennale, La Gare, Dakar.
2009: The Réunion Island Biennale of Art, Design, Création, Numérique et Immatérielle, Reunion Island.
2009: Vieme Jeux de la Francophonie, Beirut.
2009: African Renaissance: Africa is Back, Pan-African Art Festival, multiple venues, Algiers.
2008: 10th year Anniversary Raffle, Greatmore Studios, Cape Town.
2008: House Games Triennale, Anna Ruth and Juho Jäppinen's apartment, Jyväskylä.
2008: Tulipamwe International Artists Exhibition, Goethe-Institut Namibia, Windhoek.
2007: International Urban Workshop Exhibition, Thupelo, Cape Town.
2006 - 2007: Femlink International Video Collage, shown at venues worldwide, including Cinematic Lab, Bandung; Foundation of Contemporary Art, Montevideo; Cyber Arts Night Vision Festival, Massachusetts; Espace Dialogos, Cachan; Centre Videofemmes, Quebec and many more.
2006: Resident Artists Exhibition, Bag Factory Artists studios, Johannesburg.
2005: The 2nd East Africa Art Biennale (EASTAB), Dar es Salaam.
2005: International Painters Exhibition, Karnataka Chitrakala Parishek Gallery, Bangalore.
2005: Tomorrow Land, 11th Triennale India, New Delhi.
2003: Pond, Cochrane Street, Glasgow.
2001: Diplomatic Immunity, Times Square Gallery, New York City.
1999: Glasgow Art Fair, St Georges Square, Glasgow.
1999: Interim Show, Glasgow School Of Art, Glasgow.
1998: 6th Seychelles Biennial Of Contemporary Art, National Gallery, Victoria.
1997: Graduate Exhibition, Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town.
1997: Preface, Centre For African Studies Gallery, Cape Town; Association for Visual Arts (AVA) Gallery, Cape Town.

Video Works

2011: They spoke different tongues, 2 channel, 15:00.
2011: L’Offrande, 01:00, (nominated for One Minutes Africa Prize).
2011: one color, 03:00.
2011: The return, 02:00, (commissioned by One Minutes Africa).
2009: Ephemeral, 08:00.
2008: Omada, video performance with music and dance, 08:00.
2007: Tragedy of a swing and a chair, 02:00.
2007: Histories, documentary, (commissioned by Right Now! Association, Mauritius).
2006: Power, 20:00.
2006: Perfect Match, video performance.
2005: Ravinal Man, 17:00.
2004: Counter Currents, synchronised video work.
2001: Gist, video with installation.

Collections and Commissions

Porlwi by Light Festival of Contemporary Culture, Mauritus.
Ministry of Arts and Culture, Mauritius.
Azuri Radisson Blue, Mauritius.
Okombahe Community, Namibia.
Lalit Kala Akademi, India.
Reinsurance Consultants, Mauritius & South Africa.
Holcim Cements, Mauritius.
Shields Mural Project, Peugeot Centre, Scotland.
Church House, Bridgeton, Scotland.
UCATT (Workers Union) March Banner, Scotland.
Isle of Arran Distillers, Scotland.
J.D.Weatherspoons Ltd, Glasgow and Edinburgh Branches, Scotland.
Hannibal (historic documentary), Channel 5, Wark Clements Productions, Scotland.
Citigate, Scotland.
McCabe Contemporary Art (Cecily Getty), South Africa.
Independent Outdoor Media, South Africa.


2021: African Artists: From 1882 to Now. Phaidon: London
2012: Dak’Art 2012: 10e`me Biennale de l’art africain contemporain, Secretariat general de la biennale des arts, Dakar.
2011: FNB Joburg Art Fair 2011, Cobi Laubuscagne (ed), ArtLogic: Johannesburg.
2011: Migrant C, Nirveda Alleck (curator), Johannesburg.
2011: Fanzines, Focus Contemporary African Art, Basel.
2010: Dak’art 2010: 9ème Biennale De L'art Africain Contemporain, Secrétariat général de la biennale des arts, Dakar.
2009: Biennale Arts Actuels, Ecole Supérieure des Beaux-Arts: Reunion Island.
2009: 2009 Francophonie Games, Beirut.
2009: African Renaissance: Africa is Back, 2nd Pan African Festival, Zéhira Yahi (Arts and Culture Department), Algiers.
2009: Indian Diaspora International, Mahatma Ghandi Institut, University of Mauritus, Moka.
2007: International Urban Workshop Exhibition, Thupelo, Cape Town.
2007: Présent Immobile, La Citadelle, Port Louis.
2007: Art in Mauritius, Hans Ramduth (author), MGI Publication, Moka.
2007: 1st Salon d’Ete, National Art Gallery, Port Louis.
2006: Bag Factory Residents Exhibition, Bag Factory Artist Studios, Johannesburg.
2005: Tomorrow Land, 11th Triennale India, New Delhi.
2005: The 2nd East Africa Art Biennale (EASTAB), Yves Goscinny (author), La Petite Gallerie, Dar es Salaam.
2001: Diplomatic Immunity, UKwithNY Festival, New York City.
1998: 24 Artworks by selected South African Artists, McCabe Gallery Publication, Cape Town.

Awards and Prizes

2012: Emma Award for Arts and Culture, Bank One, Mauritius.
2011: FNB Art Prize Finalist, FNB Joburg Art Fair, Johannesburg.
2011: 'One Minutes Africa' Nominee, Townhouse Gallery, Cairo.
2011: Francis J Greenburger Fellowship, Omi International Arts Centre, Ghent.
2011: Recipient, International Artist Scheme Grant, Ministry of Arts and Culture, Mauritius.
2010: Soleil d’Afrique Prize, Dak'art African Contemporary Art Biennale, Dakar.
2008: HIVOS Sponsorship, Tulipamwe International Artists Workshop and Exhibition, National Art Gallery of Namibia, Windhoek.
2004: Selected for ‘1er Fond D’Aide au Développement du Film’, Mauritius Film Development Corporation, Mauritius. 
1999: Postgraduate Scholarship, Glasgow School of Fine Art, Glasgow.
1998: Most Promising Young Artist Award, 6th Seychelles Biennial of Contemporary Art, National Gallery, Victoria.
1997: Dean’s Merit List, Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town, Cape Town.
1994: Edward Louis Ladan Bursary used for undergraduate studies in fine art, Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town, Cape Town.

Residencies and Workshops

2011: Soleil d’Afrique Residency, Centre Soleil d'Afrique, Bamako.
2011: Omi International Artists Residency, Art Omi, Ghent.
2011: One Minutes Africa workshop, Centre Soleil d'Afrique, Bamako.
2009: Biennale Arts Actuels Residency, Ecole Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Reunion Island.
2009: Vieme Francophonie Games Painting Workshop, Beirut.
2009: Indian Diaspora International Workshop, Mahatma Ghandi Institut, Moka.
2008: Tulipamwe International Artists Workshop, Goethe Institut Namibia,Windhoek.
2007: Artist in Residence, Greatmore Studios, Cape Town.
2007: Thupelo International Workshop, Ruth Prowse School of Art, Cape Town.
2006: Artist in Residence, Bag Factor Artist Studios, Johannesburg.
2005: International Painters Camp, Karnataka Chitrakala Parishek, Bangalore.
2004: Scriptwriting workshop with Mama Keita, Mauritus Film Development Corporation, Vacoas-Phoenix.
2001 - 2002: Artist in Residence, St Patrick’s Primary School, Glasgow.

Other Projects

Chair, Arterial Network, Mauritius Chapter, Port Louis.
Co-ordinator, The Landing of The Dodos public art project, Quatre Bornes.
Project Leader, Migrant-C: Mauritius Indian Ocean Artists Collective, Mauritus.

Professional Experience

2013: Visiting Lecturer, Experimental Video, Visual Art and Digital Arts, University of Mauritius, Moka.
2012: One Day Create, Outdoor Creative Art Classes, Casela Nature Parks, Black River.
2012: Visiting Lecturer, Critical Issues on Contemporary Art, Mahatma Gandhi Institute, University of Mauritius, Moka.
2011: Arts Consultant, Aapravasi Ghat World Heritage Site, Port Louis District.
2008 - 2009: Lecturer, Mauritius Institute of Education, Moka.
2006: Visiting Lecturer, Painitng, Mahatma Gandhi Institute, University of Mauritius, Moka.
2004 - 2008: Education Officer, Ministry of Education and Human Resources, Vacoas-Phoenix.
1998-1999: Community Arts Teacher, Coatbrigde Community Centre, Glasgow.

Sonya Rademeyer

b. 1964, Zimbabwe; Lives in Cape Town, South Africa.

Sonya Rademeyer explores the relationship between bodily empathy and vision through her use of non-traditional materials and video.

Arts Education

1996: Bachelor of Art (BA), Fine Art, Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam.

Solo Exhibitions (South Africa)

2019: All we need is a Conductor, North-West University Aardklop National Festival, North-West Province.
2019: The In-Between, Association of Visual Arts (AVA0 Gallery, Cape Town.
2011: Looking to See, Association of Visual Arts (AVA0 Gallery, Cape Town.
2009: not in a body of words, GUS Gallery, Stellenbosch.
2008: I am an African, Blank Projects, Cape Town.
2007: Babble, Association of Visual Arts (AVA) Gallery, Cape Town.
2005: Origin, Art-B Gallery, Cape Town.

Group Exhibitions (South Africa)

2020: Art in Isolation, Imibala Gallery, Graaff-Reinet; Imibala Gallery, Somerset West.
2020: Virtual National Arts Festival, curated show and Fringe, Makhanda.
2019: Miss/Seen, Vrystaat Arts Festival, Bloemfontein.
2019: Dwell in Possibility, Centenary Art Gallery University of the Free State, Bloemfontein.
2019: Memory & Mapping FreeSpace, Zeitz Mocca, Cape Town.
2019: Admin, UNTITLED, Cape Town.
2019: #unfinished Vol 7, Youngblood Gallery, Cape Town.
2018: Forward? Forward! Forward… Stellenbosch University Museum, Stellenbosch.
2018: Humanity: Friend or Foe, Youngblood Africa Gallery, Cape Town.
2018: OPENLab 2018, University of the Free State, Richmond.
2018: Tankwa Artscape, Northern Cape.
2016: Stories of Rain, AVA Gallery, Cape Town.
2015: Workshops’ Showcase, Warren Editions, Cape Town.
2015: SILENCE: Artworks on Paper, Cape Town.
2014: Joburg Fringe, Aerial Empire, Johannesburg.
2012: Appeal, Guerilla Gallery, Johannesburg.
2010: Mother Nature: Art and Psychology in Conversation, Sasol Art Museum, Stellenbosch.
2009: Ceramics Exhibition, William Humphrey Art Gallery, Kimberley.
2007: Flesh, Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefes, Oudtshoorn; X-Cape 07, Cape Town; National Arts Festival, Grahamstown;Cultivaria Festival, Paarl.
2006: Dept of Science & Technology National Art Competition, Rust-en-Vrede Gallery, Cape Town.
2005: Vuleka, Art-B Gallery, Cape Town.
2005: Brett Kebble Art Awards, Cape Town.
2004: Exfoliate, Art-B Gallery, Cape Town.
2004: Vuleka, Art-B Gallery, Cape Town
2003: AVA Members' Exhibition, Asoociation for Visual Arts (AVA) Gallery.
2003: Brett Kebble Art Awards, Cape Town.
2003: Vuleka, Art-B Gallery, Cape Town.
2003: PPC Young Sculptors Awards, Pretoria, South Africa.
2001: Women's Work, Cape Town.
1998: Unity in Diversity Arts Festival, Good Hope Gallery, Cape Town.

Group Exhibitions (international)

2020: hello world, TransCulturalExchange (online), Boston.
2019: Contemporary Nature, Tankwa Artscape Residency Exhibition, Sfintu Gheorghe.
2019: Live drawing performance, Stroud Green Festival, London.
2018: OtherLands. OtherSounds, Raizvanguarda, Bordeiro.
2016: 15th Lessandra World Art Print Annual, Sophia.
2013: Happening Now, Mojo Gallery, Dubai.
2009: Tape exhibition, Arnhem, Netherlands
2009: 1st International Art & Science Festival, Patra.
2009: International Incheon Women Artistsâ Biennale, Korea.
2009: One World, Many Papers, Distillery Gallery, Boston.
2008: Dwayer, L'Atelier Dâ Alexandrie, Alexandria.
2008: Dak'Art, Dakar.
2007: Cent livre Objects pour Senghor, Maison de la Culture Douta Seck, Dakar.
2006 - 2007: Self Portrait - A Show for Bethlehem, Al Kahf Gallery, Palestine; Oficyna Art Space, Szezecin; International Contemporary Art Center, Naples; Museum of Contemporary Art Rosario, Rosario; Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, Santa Fe.
2007: Fleiss East West Artists, Muzeul de Art, Satu Mare.
2006: The Abstract Mind Mural of Science & Industry, Chicago.
2006: Too much Freedom? Freewaves, 10th Biennale Festival of Film, Video and Experimental Media, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.
2006: Ecartista 1st Annual Exhibition (online), Egypt.
2005: Imagining the Book, International Biennale, Alexandria.
2005: New York International Independent Film and Video Festival, New York.
2005: A Cross Cultural View of Women in the Arts, Also Castillo Gallery, Chicago.
2005: Art at War Exhibition, Aldo Castillo Gallery, Chicago.


Private collections:
South Africa, United Kingdom, Egypt

Public collections:
Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria.
Department of Science & Technology, South Africa.
International Contemporary Art Centre, Naples.


2007: Distinction, 3rd Edition International Artistic Documentaries.
2004: Winner, New Media, Vuleka, Art-B Gallery, Cape Town.
2003: Merit Award, PPC Young Sculptor Award.

Dathini Mzayiya

b. Queenstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa, 1979. Lives in Cape Town.

Dathini Mzayiya skillfully blends drawing and painting in his striking renditions of everyday subjects.

Portrait of a Revolutionary edited by Nadine Cloete For African Noise Foundation. 

Umfanekiso ( Reflections)
Filmed by Dathini Mzayiya, edited by Caleb Heymann South Africa for the One Minute Video Festival.2008


2001: Community Arts Project, Woodstock, Cape Town, South Africa.
2000: Graphic Design and Advertising, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town.
1999 Advertising and Marketing, Advertising College of South Africa, Cape Town.

Workshops & residencies

2015/16: Artist in Residence, Factory of the Arts, Centre for Humanities Research, University of the Western Cape.
2015: Studio 147 Residency, Cape Town.
2009: Glenfiddich Artist in Residence, Glenfiddich Distillery, Dufftown, Scotland.
2007: Arts and Media Access Centre (AMAC) students Workshop by City Skin design, Table Mountain, Cape Town.
2006: National Heritage Council, African Art Museum, Debre Zeit, Ethiopia.
2006: Umsi (The smoke) painting workshop, Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town.
2005: Mural Global Agenda 21 under UNESCO, Inda Gymnasium, Aachen, Germany.
2005: Mural Global Agenda 21 at the train station, Aachen-Schanz, Germany.
2005: Mural Global Agenda 21, Khayelitsha Training Centre, Cape Town.
2005: Mural Global Agenda 21, Swop painting workshop with students from Mitchells Plain, Manneneberg and Khayelitsha, Cape Town.
2005: Mural Global Agenda 21, Painting workshop with AIDS-affected children from the Fikelela Children’s Home, Khayelitsha, Cape Town.
2004: Thupelo Workshop, Iziko South African National Gallery (Annexe), Cape Town.
2002: Thupelo Artists Workshop, Annexe, Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town.
2002: Ukuzoba (To draw): From Representational Painting to Abstraction, Community Arts Project, Woodstock, Cape Town.
2002: Ukuzoba (To draw) public workshops, Baden, Austria; Villach, Switzerland, and Berlin (with Trish Lovemore and Boyce Magandela)
2002: Mural painting workshop, Nomlingaliselo Primary School, New Crossroads, Cape Town (with Sipho Hlathi, Lonwabo Kilani and Ndikhumbule Ngqinambi).

Solo exhibitions

2013: Onder die Reenboog Strale, Greatmore Studios, Cape Town.
2005: Pop-up exhibition, BBK Gallery, Aachen.

Group exhibitions

2020: Untitled 24.09, Gallery Fanon, Johannesburg.
2019: Kulcha Festival, St John’s College, Johannesburg.
2017: Athlone in Mind, Cape of Good Hope, Cape Town. 
2018: Still Life and Life Drawings: A Moment Captured or Preserved?, Iziko South African National Art Gallery, Cape Town.
2016: The Art of Humanity, The Pratt Institute, New York.
2016: People You May Know, Factory of the Arts, Cape Town.
2016: #SITDITAF, North West University Gallery, Mafikeng.
2015: Imago Mundi: The Art of Humanity, Rome.
2015: Map of the New Art, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice. 
2014: Imago Mundi: The Art of Humanity, Treviso.
2011: Kadafi, The Bag Factory, Johannesburg.
2010: The Glenffidich Artist in Residence, The Rainbow Experience Gallery, Mandela Rhodes Place, Cape Town.
2010: Nothing is Everything, Word of Art, Woodstock Industrial Centre, Cape Town.
2010: Ityala aliboli/Debt don’t rot, Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg.
2010: Milestones, Greatmore Studios, Woodstock, Cape Town.
2010: 30 x 30 artists, Gill Allderman Gallery, Kenilworth, Cape Town.
2010: Botaki, Albany Museum, Grahamstown; Mecufe Festival, Bloemfontein.
2009: Umahluko Cape ’09, Lookout Hill, Khayelitsha, Cape Town.
2009: Dada South, Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town.
2009: Untitled exhibition, Glenfiddich Distillery, Dufftown, Scotland.
2008: Milk Can Art , 34 Long Street Art Gallery, Cape Town.
2008: Winter Open Studio, Greatmore Studios, Woodstock, Cape Town.
2007: Africa South, Association for Visual Arts, Cape Town.
2007: Nine South African Artists, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg.
2006: Umsi/Smoke, AVA, Cape Town.
2006: Nine South African Artists, Hilton Hotel, Addis Ababa.
2005: Atelier Haus Aachen Gallery (with Thulani Shuku), Aachen, Germany; Austria and Switzerland.
2004: Artwork Project, Chat Room Communication and Marketing, Cape Town.
2004: Studio exhibition (with Thulani Shuku), Mowbray, Cape Town.
2004: Live Action Painting on Canvas, Cape Town Festival, Company’s Gardens, Cape Town.
2003: Art Angels, Gardens Presbyterian Church, Gardens, Cape Town.
2003: Angels without Wings, Cape Of Good Hope Castle, Cape Town.
2003: Vision, Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town.
2003: Workshop exhibitions (with Boyce Magandela and Trish Lovemore), Maria: Wörth, Reifnitz, Lienz and Kitzbuhel, Austria.
2002: Absolut Secret 7: Absolut Voyeur, AVA, Cape Town.
2002: Members exhibition, Association for Visual Arts, Cape Town.
2002: Galerie Halde 14, Balden, Switzerland.
2002: Why Cry?, Greatmore Studios, Woodstock.
2002: Ukozoba (To draw) workshop exhibition, Iziko South African National Gallery (Annexe), Cape Town.
2002: Thupelo workshop exhibition, Iziko South African National Gallery (Annexe), Cape Town.
2001: Afro metamorphosis’, Community Arts Project (CAP), Cape Town.

Gugulective Exhibitions

2014: Gugulective Arts Collective exhibition during Creative Week 2014, KwaMlamli’s Place, Gugulethu, Cape Town.
2010: 1910-2010: From Pierneef to Gugulective, Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town.
2009: Subversion, Gugulective Arts Collective exhibition, Hamburg, Germany.
2008: South Africa Performs, HAU Theatre, Berlin (As part of Gugulective Arts Collective and with other global collectives)
2007: Akuchanywa Apha (No pissing), Gugulective, KwaMlamli’s Place, Guguletu; Blank Projects, Cape Town.


Youth Veteran Award from Khayelitsha Youth Development Forum (KYDF), Cape Town.


Foreign Press Centre, Cape Town
Chris Barnard Heart Centre, UCT
Villach Town Hall, Austria
Private collections in South Africa and Europe

Ben Verghese, Dathini Mzayiya: Letting the music take him, (ASAI, 2020).

Mario Pissarra, Dathini Mzayiya: Umsi, (ASAI, 2006).

Mario Pissarra, Botaki Exhibition 2, Conversations with Sophie Peters(OMAM, 2005).

Ayesha Price

Ayesha Price

b. Cape Town, 1975. Lives in Cape Town, South Africa.

Ayesha Price is an artist and art educator who works conceptually across a wide variety of media. Ayesha Price uses art as a device through which to mediate social issues. Her practice focuses of perception and representation and is largely located within collaborative community based processes.

Arts Education

2024: Master of Fine Art, University of Cape Town
2008-2015: Bachelor of Visual Arts, University of South Africa, Pretoria.
1996: Diploma in Education, Hewatt College of Education (in association with UCT).

Art Education Employment

2019-present: Part time sculpture lecturer, UCT Michaelis School of Fine Art.
2020: Curator and Educator. UCT Irma Stern Museum.
2015 - present: Co-ordinator, facilitator and Art Lead: Public art projects for District Six Museum, City of Cape Town, Institute for the Healing of Memories. Art Teacher training for Western Cape Education Department.
2010-2015: Principal, Children’s Art Centre, Western Cape Education Department.
2008 - 2010: Senior Museum Educator, Iziko South African National Gallery.
1998-2008 Visual Arts Educator, Children’s Art Centre, Cape Town.
1997: Visual Arts Educator Grades 4-7, Battswood Art Centre.

Solo Exhibitions (South Africa)

2013: Save the Princess, Lovell Gallery, Cape Town.
2012: Archiving the Modesty of the Cape Malay Woman, Art B Gallery, Bellville, South Africa.

Group Exhibitions (South Africa)

2024: We have lost one another. Site-specific/community-specific installation. District Six, Cape Town.
2023: Kevin Atkinson: Art and Life, SMAC Gallery, Cape Town.
2023: Oddkin, Michaelis Galleries, Cape Town.
2017: Beyond Binaries, Essence Festival, Durban Art Gallery, Durban.
2016: District Six 50th Commemorative Print Exchange Exhibition, Homecoming Centre Gallery, Cape Town.
2015: Thupelo Cape Town Trust Exhibition, Provenance Auction House, Cape Town.
2012: Ingekleur: Outside the Lines, Association for Visual Arts Gallery, Cape Town.
2007: Africa South, Association for Visual Arts Gallery, Cape Town.
2006: Artscape, Cape Town (for the Cape Town Festival). 
2005: Botaki 3 & 4, Old Mutual Asset Managers, Cape Town.
2004: Gender & Visuality Exhibition, University of the Western Cape (History Department), Battswood Gallery, Cape Town.
1999: DisNag, Iziko Slave Lodge & ART 1 Gallery, Cape Town.

Group Exhibitions (International)

2016: Delville Wood Museum, Longueval, France.

Workshops/Community Projects: Local

2023: Participant, ASAI Print Access Workshop, Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town.
2021: Producer and Facilitator: ‘#atthehandsofmen’ Youth program and exhibition. Institute for the Healing of Memories.
2019: Presenter and Facilitator: Staff development, Virtual reality showcase. Zeitz Moccaa.
2015-2019 : Facilitator, Curator and Producer: Ex-residents Programs, Commemorative Day workshops. District Six Museum. 
2018: Participant, ASAI Print Access Workshop, Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town.
2015-2019: Facilitator, Curator and Producer: Workshops and exhibitions. Institute for the Healing of Memories. 
2012-2017: Facilitator: ‘Flight of Dreams’: Public puppet parade and installations. Princess Vlei Forum.
2016: District 6 Museum Peninsula Memory Project. Public participation to produce commemorative artworks. 
2015 Facilitator: Acrylic painting workshops. Prison Care and Support Network.
2015: Thupelo Artist’s Residency, Ruth Prowse, Cape Town.
2010 Project manager: Art workshops and materials development for ‘Strengths & Convictions’ Education Project. Nobel Peace Center & Iziko Museums
2008 - 2010: Visual Arts Educator and Exhibition Designer for Peacejam Foundation Youth Programmes (Unesco funded project) at the District Six Museum and Iziko South African National Gallery Annexe.
2007: Facilitator: Photography workshops and exhibition (with Hassan and Hussein Essop). Goodman Gallery
2007 - 2008: Rivers of the World International Art Project, (worked with learners to produce artworks about the Liesbeeck River in Cape Town).
2007: Oorwinning Kanala, Photography workshop , Goodman Gallery, Cape Town
2007: Photographic workshop for District 6 youth with artists Hussein and Hassan Essop for the Goodman Gallery Cape at the Lydia Williams Centre.
2002: Isivivane solwazi, Robben Island Museum, South Africa & Devon County, United Kingdom.
2002: Visual Arts Educator, Isivivane Solwazi Art and Culture programme, Robben Island Museum Spring School.
1999: Mural painting facilitator, Words and Vision, Molo Songololo Productions.

Workshops/Community Projects: International

2018: ASAI representative: Africa Art Book Fair (FR). Africa South Arts Initiative & La Colonie.
2015: Facilitator and Artist in residence. ‘Art across Oceans’ exchange program(SA) (USA). Kohl Children‟s Museum & Play Africa.
2011: Workshop participant and presenter. ‘Mural Painting’ with MAP(SA) (USA). Philadelphia University of the Arts.
2008: Visual Arts Educator and Exhibition Coordinator for Peripheral Vision, a cultural youth exchange programme between District Six Museum and Swedish Arts and Culture Centres: Lava, Zenit, BotkyrkaKunstall.
2008: Facilitator and Artist in residence. ‘Rivers of the World’ workshops and exhibition(SA) (GB). British Council.
2001 Facilitator: Cardboard sculpture Robben Island Museum ‘Isivivane solwazi’ Resident Youth Program.Western Cape (SA) & Devon County (UK) arts exchange.


Private, South Africa
Delville Wood Museum, Longueval, France


2021: Olapse Rooi, mixed media work. The National Museum of South Africa.
2019: Lead Artist at Du Noon Library: Painted, interior murals. Commissioned by Western Cape Government
2018: Lead Artist and Facilitator at Pelican Park Community Day Centre: Ceramics, painted, printed and spray-painted murals. Large scale photography, cement and acrylic sculpture. Western Cape Government
2017: Lead Artist and Facilitator: Peninsula Hospital Memory Project: Painted, printed and spray-painted murals. Relief sculpture: Steel & Nutech. Artefact display.Commissioned by District Six Museum
2017: Peninsula Maternity Hospital Memory Project, Documentary film: Hospital in District Six Commissioned by Western Cape Government.
2017: Gathering Strands. Documentary film: Lionel Davis. Commissioned by District 6 Museum
2016: Forget to remember, remember to forget. Video installation at the Delville Wood South African National Memorial. France. Commissioned by DAC
2014: Injustice, sculpture commissioned by V&A Minstrels for Cape Minstrel Carnival.
2005: Ti Koeli’s heritage, painting commissioned by The Department of Economic Development and Tourism, Art in Business exhibition at ArtsCape.
2000: Shine Where You Are: Lulama’s Blanket, Book illustrations commissioned by Institute for Democratic Alternatives in South Africa (IDASA).
1999: South African National Zakkaah fund. 


2013: The Excellence Certificate for top UNISA 4th year Visual Art student in SA


2006: Visual Art Adjudicator, Fairest Cape Association.
2005 - 2006: Contributor (text and photographs), Iziko EPP Publication Picasso and Africa.
2004: Reviewing & consulting arts & culture handbook for learners & Educators, Oxford University Press.
2003: Visual Art Adjudicator, Lovelife. Textile Workshop, MAPPP-SETA.
1997 - 2003: As member of the Arts Junction (youth arts productions) planned art workshops, exhibitions, production of posters, pamphlets, set & costume design
2000: Book illustrations for IDASA (Project Literacy). Book titles: Shine Where You Are; Lulama's Blanket.
1999: Member of the Arts Forum, based at Battswood Art Centre, Grassy Park, Cape Town.

Bennett, B. 2021. Chapter four. Memory is the Weapon. ‘Memory, heritage and the spaces between: a District Six Museum biography’ , PhD thesis (197-200), University of Pretoria
Dehkordi, S. 2020. Chapter five. Intervention through art – Performing is making visible. In: Sara Dehkordi (Eds.), Segregation, Inequality, and Urban Development (226-231). 
Greer Valley. 2019. An Engaged Practice: a conversation with Ayesha Price. South Africa: Africa South Art Initiative
Price A. 2017. Points of contact: Lionel Davis and mixed media in Pisarra, M. (ed.) Awakenings: The Art of Lionel Davis. South Africa: Africa South Art Initiative, pp.173-178.
Pissarra, M. 2016. Beyond Binaries (44-45), Exhibition catalogue.
Price A. 2013. ‘Save the Princess’. Exhibition catalogue
Price A. 2012. Archiving the Modesty of the Cape Malay Woman. Exhibition catalogue
Pitt, B 2012. A mesmerising installation.
Pissarra, M. 2005. Botaki Exhibition 3: Conversations with Donovan Ward(OMAM).