REVIEW | 'Mabebeza wena uyi stocko' and why Amapiano has a linguistic responsibility

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It’s perhaps not accidental that photographing people in their vulnerable states happens in low light. This photo-essay is a love letter to Amapiano. (Photo: Setumo-Thebe Mohlomi/ Supplied)
It’s perhaps not accidental that photographing people in their vulnerable states happens in low light. This photo-essay is a love letter to Amapiano. (Photo: Setumo-Thebe Mohlomi/ Supplied)


"Words came before us and they will be here after us. I just want us to listen to them and take into account how they helped determine who we are," multidisciplinary artist, Papi Konopi told Arts24.    

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