Q&A | Luvuyo Nyawose pours into our liquid archive with eBhish'

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Untitled 21 (January 1st, 2020), 2021. (Luvuyo Equiano Nyawose)
Untitled 21 (January 1st, 2020), 2021. (Luvuyo Equiano Nyawose)

There are those who come to sit. Others who come to watch, bathing in the sun. Some socialise, some swim. Others pray and there are baptisms. Spirits are conjured, rebuked and appeased. They come by car, plane, bus, taxi, or on foot. They wear sun hats, prayer robes, bikinis, vests and panties, or Christmas clothes. In Dezemba, eBhish', Durban. 

Luvuyo Equiano Nyawose is an artist, researcher, curator, filmmaker and sessional lecturer from eThekwini. There, December summers were often the highlight of his year. He writes: 

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