REVIEW | 'The Premise' asks you to see artists for their humanity before their output

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Anelisa Mangcu, Rharha Nembhard, and Nolitha Grey will explore the power of Intention, the spirit of Love, and the strength of Letting Go in Lukhanyo Mdingi’s new series, The Premise. (Photo by Johno Mellish courtesy of Lukhanyo Mdingi Instagram)
Anelisa Mangcu, Rharha Nembhard, and Nolitha Grey will explore the power of Intention, the spirit of Love, and the strength of Letting Go in Lukhanyo Mdingi’s new series, The Premise. (Photo by Johno Mellish courtesy of Lukhanyo Mdingi Instagram)

Lukhanyo Mdingi is a visual artist working in the sartorial. With a profound interest in considered and sincere design, collaboration, and soulful narratives, Mdingi specialises in ethically made ready-to-wear garments and accessories.

His latest, impalpable, project is titled The Premise

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