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A universal symbol of perpetual movement, the circle takes centre stage in the work of all three artists. Gravitating towards the perfection of the circular shape, they integrated and overlayed their signature materials of metal, wood, ceramics and textured, woven elements in repetitive circular patterns to create a communal space for people to connect with each other and themselves.
Ceramicist and co-founder of Imiso Ceramics
Zizipho believes it’s in our nature as Africans to work with a communal approach. Her large-scale, hand-coiled sculptures are bold declarations of African womanhood, inspired by the daily Xhosa rituals she witnessed growing up. She has exhibited in New York, Paris, Miami and London, and her ceramics can be found in private and corporate collections around the world.
Engineer turned furniture designer and founder of TheUrbanative
Mpho is guided by the philosophies of craft, collaboration and design evolution and prides herself on always designing with function in mind. Her work has won numerous awards and has been exhibited at the Milan Design Week.
Innovator and founder of Modern Gesture
Candice believes that a story is embedded into the materials of each piece, capturing the time and care invested in the creation process. Her work with mixed mediums such as wood, wax cord and various metals was featured in Vogue Germany. She was also selected to join Forbes’ 54kibo project aimed at introducing top African designers to the US market.