In this latest body of works, Ndabuko Ntuli continues to explore trash and found objects as his chosen medium.
With layered bottle tops, painted wooden blocks, metal pins and plastic, Ntuli uses primary colours and both rounded and geometric shapes, mimic the designs used in traditional Zulu earplugs, beading, attire and Zulu love letters. Ntuli officially opens his exhibition by performing several new songs and poetry that he has composed in celebration of this event, his grandfather and his Zulu culture.
Venue: Melrose Gallery, 10 High St, Melrose Arch, Johannesburg
Time: 17 May 6.30pm | Mon to Fri 9am to 6pm | Sat and Sun 9am to 5pm