At the beginning of the year we tilted our curious antlers closer towards analytical content, resulting in streamlined original pieces and refined editorial features. It has been...

Cities and their public spaces have gone from once being tagged by vandals & misfits to inviting renowned artists to make use of their walls as canvasses. Just...

We traverse and navigate a multitude of boundaries on a daily basis.  We move to and from places, between moments and zones which becomes our blueprint to...

Relationships are trivial, hard to define narratives that have to lend themselves to father time in order to develop. The relationship I had with my brother’s pet...

“Of the infinite things I’ve collected and experienced over three decades, it’s almost impossible to select three objects to pedestal,” says Cape Town-born, Joburg-based journalist and editor...

Located along the banks of the sacred river Ganga in Varanasi, India, YANTRA explores the junction of water purification infrastructure with uses of the everyday to create...

New-Ark, is simultaneously a project about an exodus from a sinking island, Manhattan and the heroic transformation and regeneration of Newark, New Jersey. Considered the operational life-line...

The treatise seeks to make a valuable contribution to a current discussion in architecture and urbanism regarding the perception and re-conceptualisation of what in previous paradigms was left-over, unassigned space between developments....

In 2016, the second *Emerge Competition was launched. Students were called to participate in the theme, 'Rising Youth', to confront pertinent issues faced by the youth in Zimbabwe today. The...

The compact print of the film cameras from the mid to late 20th century have produced photographs that have a specific aging aesthetic attached to them. Fading...