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Mawetu Janda - The Vuvuzela Choir for 2010 Bafana | Contemporary Art Art Painting
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Mawetu Janda - "The Vuvuzela Choir for 2010 Bafana"

"The Vuvuzela Choir for 2010 Bafana"

The Vuvuzela Choir for 2010 Bafana
Mixed Media, US$ 556

The Vuvuzela Choir for 2010 Bafana

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Mixed Media

W: 1007mm x H: 645mm
W: 40" x H: 25"

Approx. Weight: 9kg

This work is framed (but can be supplied either framed or unframed)


US$ 556


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Mawetu Janda

About "The Vuvuzela Choir for 2010 Bafana"

In this drawing i have used cut out pieces of newspaper to create a ball and a big singing human head with 2010 world cup clock ticking on it as to show how the spirit of upcoming 2010 soccer world cup has brought strenght to the media by bringing 70% South Africans who are rival supporters of Kaiser Chiefs and Orlando Pirates together to form the huge Vuvuzela choir for 2010 Bafana bafana.These rival supporters that have come together are reprsented in the drawing by two faces merged together on the Bafana bafana helmet.This choir is dancing to its song and ticking sound of 2010 clock as it cheer its beloved Bafana bafana.

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About Mawetu

Mawetu Janda

I am a cultural, social and political commentator who use his art to respond to happy and fiery events that are constantly unfolding in our society. my art is a weapon by which I teach people to tolerate things like cultural and gender diversity which is an undeniable face of a free world. my art is a missile - an instrument of war for attack and defense against the enemy - a politician who exploits his fellow country men for self-enrichment, profit and popularity. I significantly use symbols and ambigraphy to assist me wit the unveiling truth that may be intentionally hidden from the people about a particular event. However, I subtly use symbols and ambigraphy to veil naked truth that might get me into a big trouble.

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US$ 111-556



1992 Exhibited With the Cape Town At The A&V Waterfront
1996 Short listed For Volkskas Bank Atelier Award (Bloemfontein)
1998 Exhibited With Jm3 At The Restaurant Picasso (Alice)
1999 Two Men Show At The Grahamstown's Standard Bank National Arts Festival On A Theme "African Mysticism".
1999 Invited To Exhibit At The Hogsback Spring Festival On A Theme "African Mysticism".(Eastern Cape)
2000 Standard Bank National Arts Festival (Grahamstown)



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