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    Post African Futures,
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    May 03, 2016
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    Jepchumba has a conversation with members of NTU; Bogosi Sekhukhuni, Nolan Oswald Dennis, Tabita Rezaire , during the Post African Futures Exhibition in Johannesburg.

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African Digital Artist

Jepchumba is an African digital artist, curator and designer. She has been listed by Forbes as one of the 20 Youngest Power Women in Africa and the Guardian Africa’s Top 25 Women Achievers. A digital cultural ambassador, Jepchumba is the founder of African Digital Art, a collective where digital artists, enthusiasts and professional seek inspiration, showcase their artists and connect with emerging artists. She promotes the growing culture of art and technology in Africa. She is passionate about creating unique digital experiences, solutions and strategies.

Tegan Bristow

Interactive Media Artist

Bristow is an interactive digital media artists and Head of Interactive Media at the Digital Arts Division of the Wits School of Arts at Wits University. Bristow is writing her PhD on Technology Art and Cultural Practices in Africa with the Planetary Collegium. This exhibition follows research through which Bristow is proposing a new ways of teaching technology arts specific to Africa, as well as challenging norms around technology’s role in art and culture in Africa.

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