maHp artist fellow Carlos Amato reflects on his positionality as a political cartoonist documenting the lived experiences of zama-zamas.
Political cartoonist and maHp artist fellow Carlos Amato in conversation with MA student Esther V. Kraler about his upcoming graphic novella around informal migrant miners’ experiences in Gauteng.
Carlos Amato is a political cartoonist. Carlos will produce a graphic novella – about 20 pages long – focused on the life of informal miners in Gauteng.
Cherae Halley is an Applied Theatre Practitioner and will be using an Applied Theatre methodology called Playback Theatre as a tool for research and to build community among migrants and nationals in Johannesburg.
Madoda Mkhobeni is a Street Photographer and for over a decade has been documenting the daily life struggles of people who reside in inner-city Johannesburg and Soweto.
Sydelle Willow Smith is a photographer/video director working across Africa focusing on memory, migration and identity.