Zandile Tshabala paints the solace found in solitude

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Portrait III, acrylic on canvas, 2020. (Zandile Tshabalala)
Portrait III, acrylic on canvas, 2020. (Zandile Tshabalala)

There are two songs on Zoe Modiga’s debut offering that present solitude as a type of medicine: Me and Alone. In Me, an interlude on Yellow: The Novel, Modiga sings: 

The world is wide is wide awake

To all that it should be 

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