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Jepchumba is an AFRICAN DIGITAL ARTIST and DIGITAL ENTHUSIAST who works hard to combine her two passions: Digital Media and Africa. Originally from Kenya, she has lived around the world developing her interest in philosophy, art and technology. An African digital artist, Jepchumba loves experimenting with motion, sound and various digital effects and techniques and has an extensive background in digital art, web design and development, audio/visual production and social media strategies.
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Post African Futures: Future Lab Africa Podcast

Podcast series from Future Lab Africa

About this Episode

In our first episode we speak to the curator of the Post African Futures Exhibition, Tegan Bristow. We talk about cultures of knowledge, digital art, Afrofuturism and the motivation behind curating Post African Futures. About Tegan Bristow Bristow is an interactive digital media … Continue Reading ››
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Post African Futures Exhibition

Hi there. If you've been wondering where I have been I have not disappeared and posts will resume on African Digital Art. I have been working on a new project Future Lab Africa. It is an extension of African Digital Art and has two components an Exhibition curated by Tegan Bistrow and a podcast series where I will … Continue Reading ››
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Stone Orgasms and the Female Body: Interview with Angolan Artist Keyezua

Keyezua is an Angolan born digital artist based at the Royal Academy of Arts in the Hague. Her work investigates her curiosity towards topics on African culture, sex and religion. She experiments with a wide range of mediums and we discussed her latest project, Stone Orgasms addresses female genital mutilation and the female body.
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A Visual Peek at Ethiopian 1st Sci-Fi Feature Film

A visual look at what is being hailed as "the first ever Ethiopian Sci-Fi Feature Film". Created by Miguel Llansó, an award-winning Spanish filmmaker based in Addis Ababa. Featuring actors Selam Tesfaye and Daniel Tadesse Gagano the eerie and surrealist film features futuristic Ethiopian landscapes. crumbs2 Continue Reading ››