Africanisation of Imagery in Animation and Fine Art

Wesley Pepper talks to Isabelle Rorke and Lesego Voster. They discuss the africanisation of imagery in animation and fine art. You can find Isabel on LinkedIn. And Lesego is available on IG or Twitter. This podcast talks art, processes and the politics of art and activism. Wesley is a Contemporary and Street Artist, Social Entrepreneur, and Cultural Activist. For more podcasts in this series visit the feed.

Africanisation of Imagery in Animation and Fine Art
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