Novel due out mid-2013
Novuyo Rosa Tshuma writes about the strange displacement of being Zimbabwean in Johannesburg, about anger and envy like a crust caught in her throat for The Spark, a guest blog series highlighting new African fiction.
Body of Inquiry,
a letterpress printed triptych structure holding a sewn codex within the subject’s torso. It is a book of display and intimacy opening to a large format with tiny details investigating the marvel of our physicality. The panels are composed of early laboratory instruments, absurdly and grandiloquently representing our endeavor to measure and understand the uncertainties of the world. The larger panels lyrically, yet authentically explore atoms, cells and genetic structure. The interior codex unfolds the story of a scientific journey inspired by an anatomical model. Written, drawn, printed and bound
by the artist.
That brilliant and talented bastard, Inaki Miranda is working on a new comic WITHOUT ME. This makes me wail and gnash my teeth in jealousy. But I’ve read the first issue and it’s dark and beautiful and intriguing. If he HAS to work with anyone other than me (that whole paying the rent thing), I guess it’s okay that it’s with the brilliant and talented Caitlin Kittredge.
COFFIN HILL #1 (Vertigo Comics), Oct. 9th 2013.
Really looking forward to this - it looks dark as hell, and Inaki Miranda is an awesome artist (she worked on Lauren Beukes’s run on Fairest). The series is written by Caitlin Kittredge.
*Projection-mapping on moving objects! Yes way!
Published on Sep 24, 2013
Box explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping on moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera.