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Art South Africa is a contemporary art publication that is on the move, experimental, provocative, intelligent; Art South Africa today sees itself a vehicle that celebrates Africa’s future-present. Focused on African culture, creativity and the arts in general while holding onto its core market - the visual arts - Art South Africa understands that life is meaningless without dreams, tastes hollow without love, and viewpoints pretentious if not profoundly felt. Fusing great heart with great mind proves the greatest challenge; Art South Africa delivers this vision Edited by Dr Ashraf Jamal (Academic, writer and philospoher and lecturer at Cape Peninsula University and Technicon); our accomplished and highly esteemed editorial board comprises: David Andrew- Wits School of Arts at University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, SA. Chats Devroop- the Programme Coordinator Department of Performing Arts (Music) at Tshwane University of Technology, SA. Jean-Pierre de la Porte- Research Director at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Architecture and Infrastructure in Gauteng, SA. Keith Dietrich- Chair of the Department of Visual Arts and Director of the Centre for Comic, Illustrative and Book Arts at Stellenbosch University, SA. Leora Farber- director of University of Johannesburg’s Faculty of Art Design and Architecture Research Centre (Visual Identities in Art and Design), SA. Judy Hecker- Assistant Curator in the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, USA. Koyo Kouoh- the founder and artistic director of Raw Material Company, a centre for art, knowledge and society in Dakar. Christine Kreamer- curator at the National Museum of African Art at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, USA. Andrew Lamprecht- full-time staff member and currently convenes the Discourse of Art major and Theory and Practice of Art III and IV at Michaelis, UCT, SA. Virginia MacKenny- Senior Lecturer in Painting at Michaelis, UCT, SA. Dominique Malaquais’s- Associate Editor of Chimurenga Magazine and sits on the board of the French Journal Politique Africaine. Nomusa Makhubu -a lecturer in Fine Art at Rhodes University, SA, an art historian, artist, research team member of the Visual and Performing Arts of Africa (ViPAA) and former council member of the South African Visual Art Historians (SAVAH). Zen Marie- lectures at the WITS School of Art, Johannesburg, SA.