Rasty is one of Johannesburg’s established graffiti artists. He talks about what got him into this art form and the future it has in Johannesburg with Andrew Meloney, who captured this interview using iPod Touch technology.
https://vimeo.com/40663260] This documentary tells the story of a medical doctor and anti-apartheid activist, Abu Asvat, who was killed by two gunmen while treating his patients in Soweto in 1989. The documentary uses interviews with black […]
[vimeo 72364615] African Independent Churches use the Melville Koppies Reserve for their Sunday services and combine African traditions with Christianity. Dozens attend services on this ridge each weekend to worship Christ in their community. Written, produced, […]
Graffiti as a form of urban regeneration? What…well, Johannesburg does things differently. “The city realizes that (graffiti) is a part of the city and that it needs to be incorporated in some way,” Rasty, one […]