Untitled drops by at Jeff Liss and Jo Springthorpe

Untitled drops by at Jeff Liss and Jo Springthorpe

If you could have your pick of art from Untitled, which would you choose? Where would you put them? And why?

Jo and Jeff chose a number of pieces including ceramic works by Lyndi Sales.

Strauss Louw • Slowly over time, photography overrode drawing and quickly became an obsession

Strauss Louw • Slowly over time, photography overrode drawing and quickly became an obsession

My studio practice is quite experimental.  I play with analogue photographic processes and materials, some of which date back to the 19th century, and I like to find new ways of working with them.
Sitaara Stodel • I’m attempting to piece together memories of home

Sitaara Stodel • I’m attempting to piece together memories of home

“I have moved house over 30 times in 28 years. As a child I would move with my mother and sisters into houses we couldn’t afford, which meant constant evictions. When I left home to live on my own, I continued to move around, simply out of habit."
Katlego Tlabela • Talks about Ikoyi, Lagos (Study)

Katlego Tlabela • Talks about Ikoyi, Lagos (Study)

“My approach for this body of work is not critical per se, but rather celebratory. I am creating a world which not only represents the present but also where the viewer and myself can prophesize the future.”
Katlego Tlabela • Talks about Upper East Side, New York (Study)

Katlego Tlabela • Talks about Upper East Side, New York (Study)

“My approach for this body of work is not critical per se, but rather celebratory. I am creating a world which not only represents the present but also where the viewer and myself can prophesize the future.”
Katlego Tlabela • Talks about Midrand, Gauteng (Study)

Katlego Tlabela • Talks about Midrand, Gauteng (Study)

“My approach for this body of work is not critical per se, but rather celebratory. I am creating a world which not only represents the present but also where the viewer and myself can prophesize the future.”