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David Krut Projects
Podcast's sharing the creative projects and people of David Krut Projects
Category: Arts
Location: Johannesburg | Cape Town | New York
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David Krut Projects has locations in Johannesburg, Cape Town and New York, and is an alternative arts institution dedicated to ...

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July 12, 2018 07:02 AM PDT
Rhett Martyn introduces his project ‘1:10 Modernist Plunder: The New Constructivists’ as the culmination of an 8-month long research project. Listen to Rhetts ideas and concepts surrounding this showcase as explained in the walkabout that took place on the 7th of July 2018. Website: http://davidkrutprojects.com/exhibitions/48128/110-rhett-martyn CHAPTERS: 00:42 – How the exhibition came about 04:30 – The story of João Mangual 08:30 – why fabricate a story around the exhibition 13:25 – About the prints 17:15 – Johannesburg architecture influence 18:40 – planning in sketchbooks 20:20 – geometrical motifs 21:40 – The New Constructivists 27:45 – Some Johannesburg Art History 31:25 – What’s next?
July 04, 2018 03:10 AM PDT
In this episode, printer Chad Cordiero from the David Krut Workshop (DKW) chats to artist Rhett Martyn over his printing process and experience at DKW. This episode was recorded in our busy printmaking workshop where there is a constant buzz of creativity and artistic labour. The David Krut Workshop at Arts on Main in the Maboneng Precinct, Johannesburg is the centre of David Krut Project’s (DKP) artistic collaborations. The workshop has been involved in exciting print collaborations with artists since 2002. “In 2015, I was invited by the David Krut Workshop to collaborate on this series of prints. My intention was to produce architecture and landscape inspired works, showing off clean lines in desolate landscapes with Zen-like precision. With a dry point drawing needle and copper plate in hand, I set off thinking that my task would be completed promptly, however, the subsequent days of drawing and printing resulted in an epic journey taken on the surface of the plate. This series of prints unveils a psychological process playing out over time, a journey in which some of the places visited along the way are as interesting as the destination in the final edition of the print.” - Rhett Martyn CHAPTERS: 2:50 – Rhett's sculptural approach to drypoint 7:45 – Reverse archaeology in printmaking 8:45 – New work, imagery and the city of Johannesburg 12:30 – The frustration of the process 14:30 – The physicality of printmaking 17:30 – Rhett's upcoming project 1:10 Modernist Plunder : New Constructivists
June 18, 2018 01:27 PM PDT
While in Stanford the David Krut Projects Cape Town Staff met Maarten Groos who is based at Farm 215 near Stanford. Groos helps run Trees for Tourism, as part of the South African Reforestation Trust. In this episode, Elize de Beer is in conversation with Groos about Trees for Tourism, the importance of the project and how people can get involved. As mentioned in the podcast purchasing a tree not only helps the environment but additionally aids in developing the Creative Works project; an early childhood development programme in Stanford. Trees can be purchased from the David Krut Projects Gallery in Cape Town, or by contacting elize@davidkrut.com /regina@davidkrut.com. To find out more about Creative Works listen to our Community Series E01 podcast. Links: https://www.creativeskillsfactory.co.za/ https://saforesttrust.com/
June 15, 2018 07:45 AM PDT
The following podcast was recorded in Afrikaans, as a large portion of the Stanford community is made up of Afrikaans and Xhosa speaking residence. This is the first of many podcasts that we aim to do in various languages. Rachel van Rooyen assists Regina Broenner with creative works sessions in Stanford and runs her own creche from home. In conversation with Elize de Beer Rachel tells us of her personal experience working with the children and how she equips herself to deal with their circumstances and needs.
June 13, 2018 06:44 AM PDT
At the beginning of June 2018 David Krut Projects Cape Town's staff, Elize de Beer and Gabrielle van der Merwe went to Stanford in the Western Cape to visit the David Krut Projects supported NPO Standford Creative Works. In this podcast, Elize de Beer is in conversation with the Creative Works founder Regina Broenner about how the community project and NPO started and what it aims to achieve through Occupational Theory. De Beer is also in conversation with Howard Krut, the owner of African Horse Company who is also trying to make a difference in the community by collaborating with Creative Works. As a supporter of this important NPO David Krut Projects also produced a small publication, Movement Breaks in the Classroom. The 32-page booklet offers a series of interactive movement-based activities that can be used in both the classroom and at home to maximize the development of faculties of children by stimulating the body, the senses and the mind. The book is available at all our bookstores and online. Links: www.africanhorseco.com www.creativeskillsfactory.co.za www.davidkrut.com www.davidkrutbookstores.com/product/movement-breaks-classroom-activity-book
June 06, 2018 01:47 AM PDT
In anticipation of the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup, David Krut Projects takes you down memory lane to the 2010 FIFA World Cup which took place in South Africa. A successful and well planned event that saw the art industry contributing immensely with a publication of 17 limited edition FIFA posters, which were officially distributed by David Krut Publishing during the World Cup. The poster collection comprised of 17 South African and international artists celebrating and paying homage to the ‘beautiful game’. The posters are still available at our David Krut Publishing Stores and galleries in Johannesburg. In this episode David Krut speaks about how it all came about. Chapters: 00:00 --Introduction 00:22 --How we became involved 00:37 --The process & selection of artists 01:12 --The idea of having football connected to art 02:01 --On the artists involved 03:41 --The posters themselves 04:22 --The new world cup coming up For more information about the artists and the posters they created visit our website: www.davidkrut.com http://davidkrutprojects.com/47771/fifa-2010-official-art-poster-edition
June 02, 2018 02:52 AM PDT
In This episode Elize de Beer is in conversation with Daudi Karungi, artist, owner and curator of the Afriart Gallery in Kampala, Uganda and director of the Kampala Art Biennale. Daudi tells us all about his journey in the arts and the inspiration and ideals for the Kampala Art Biennale. Check out the Kampala Art Biennale facebook page and website at: http://kampalabiennale.org/ For more information on AfriArt Gallery follow this link: http://afriartgallery.org/ CHAPTERS: 01:00- Where did the passion for art come from. 06:20- The Kampala Art Biennale, filling the gap, transferring knowledge 15:00- Working with Simon Njami 20:50- Master artists and apprentices 24:40- What will be showcased. 26:18- The big goal. Edited by Gabrielle van der Merwe
May 29, 2018 05:46 AM PDT
In this Episode Elize de beer chats with Ugandan architect Doreen Adengo about her architecture firm, Ugandan architecture and future projects. CHAPTERS: 00:49- Becoming an architect 01:40- Studies and experience 02:19- Role models and insperation 02:59- The aim behind her business 04:07- Medical mobile camp 07:40- Architectural History of Kampala 09:19- Dream Project 11:20- Architects misunderstood 13:45- Collaboration with other creatives 16:25- Current projects Check out Adengo's website for more information. http://adengoarchitecture.com/
May 25, 2018 02:09 AM PDT
In this episode, Nadia Myburgh is in conversation with Zinhle Zulu; a freelance, award-winning contemporary illustrator and founder of Zuluvisual. Zinhle makes work that eludes to the investigation of her Zulu culture. She has a clear vision of what impact she wants to make through her art; which not only entices others to discover the richness of their traditional cultures but also aims to impact the education sector by integrating her illustrations with literacy in South Africa. CHAPTERS 00:35 - Who is Zhi Zulu? 02:00 – “Content Communication and Deadline!” The creative process of the Illustrator 05:45 – The origin story: “Illustration is my life man!” 08:35 – Zhi's words of wisdom: Advice for aspiring Illustrators 10:00 – Using illustration to preserve culture and tradition, as well as an educational tool 13:20 – Zhi’s style: “I struggle a lot with colour scheme” 15:30 - Zulu Tradition: “It’s evolving.” 18:20 – “Nandipha: Protector of the Zulu Kingdom” 21:20 – Representation matters: “I want to make up for the lack..” 24:10 – South African Illustration: “The future is bright!” 27:30 – Upcoming Zhi_Zulu Workshop! What to expect. Follow Zhi Zulu on instragram @ZHI_ZULU or visit herwebsite to find out more about her exciting career www.zhizulu.com
May 22, 2018 07:08 AM PDT
In This episode Elize de Beer is in conversation with John Bauer on his life philosophies, his thoughts on where the world is going and how that drives his creativity “John Bauer is one of those individuals for whom ceramics is a mere vehicle for the kaleidoscope of ideas he exhales everyday.” - Kalk Bay Modern Gallery CHAPTERS: 00:45- How did his ceramic journey begin 06:00- on experimentation and the conquering of the ego. 07:40- Mentors and role models 14:00- How does he approach his creativity 16:30- Found Objects 20:00- Learning and quality of life 29:00- The emotional dictionary 34:00- Collaboration 36:30- Adapting to am A.I world
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