Keneilwe Mokoena grew up in Pretoria. She is an artist and curator currently based in Johannesburg. Mokoena obtained a NDip from Tshwane University of Technology. In 2015 she participated in a residency at the Bag Factory Artists’ Studios after being the recipient of the Cassirer Welz Award. “Microcosm to macrocosm. mind and matter. organic and inorganic everything is bound by self-similar patterns of order and chaos.”, is what she captions her oeuvre on her blog.
Mokoena has curated a number of exhibitions for Capital Arts Revolution – a collective of artists from Pretoria, and Social Life of Waste art network (SLOW), a network of artists, researchers, writers, gardeners and community developers, within the discourse of waste.
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