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The Power in Sharing with Justice Mukheli

July 29, 2019 Justice Mukheli Season 1 Episode 10
Orms Air: The Orms Podcast
The Power in Sharing with Justice Mukheli
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Orms Air: The Orms Podcast
The Power in Sharing with Justice Mukheli
Jul 29, 2019 Season 1 Episode 10
Justice Mukheli

Visual artist Justice Mukheli joins Rachel in studio to discuss his creative push towards creating authentic visual representation and the power in sharing.

Justice Mukheli recently hosted a talk at the Orms Cape Town School of Photography, which Rachel references throughout this episode. Make sure you never miss one by signing up for newsletters here, or by following on Facebook and Instagram.

Justice mentions author Toni Morrison's book Sula which broke him apart and put him back together again.

The Lauren Rachel refers to is Lauren Theunissen who you will remember from her episode of Orms Air.

Find out more about Justice Mukheli and his body of work by having a look at his website here, and be sure to give him a follow on Instagram for more inspiration.

Justice mentions Neil Roberts as a major influence for his move towards films, you can find out more about Neil here.

You can find Justice's short film War Child on his website here.

Justice touches on the following when referencing his inspiration bank:
Director Greg Gray, a selection of whose work can be found here.
Creative Paul Gilpin, whose website can be found here.

Justice draws inspiration from the following places:

  • Gordon Parks who Justice says inspires him by having the courage to create when his reality was opposed to it. You can find out more about him on his website here.
  • Brett Ford Young as another source of constant inspiration.
  • Author Toni Morrison's work, more specifically; Beloved, Sula and The Bluest Eye.
  • Author Wilbur Smith's River God.
  • Author Malcolm Gladwell's Outliers.
  • Director Terence Neale, whose work can be found here.
  • Director Tristan Holmes, whose work can be found here.
  • Director Teboho Mahlatsi, who directed TV Show Yizo Yizo and whose work can be found here.
Show Notes

Visual artist Justice Mukheli joins Rachel in studio to discuss his creative push towards creating authentic visual representation and the power in sharing.

Justice Mukheli recently hosted a talk at the Orms Cape Town School of Photography, which Rachel references throughout this episode. Make sure you never miss one by signing up for newsletters here, or by following on Facebook and Instagram.

Justice mentions author Toni Morrison's book Sula which broke him apart and put him back together again.

The Lauren Rachel refers to is Lauren Theunissen who you will remember from her episode of Orms Air.

Find out more about Justice Mukheli and his body of work by having a look at his website here, and be sure to give him a follow on Instagram for more inspiration.

Justice mentions Neil Roberts as a major influence for his move towards films, you can find out more about Neil here.

You can find Justice's short film War Child on his website here.

Justice touches on the following when referencing his inspiration bank:
Director Greg Gray, a selection of whose work can be found here.
Creative Paul Gilpin, whose website can be found here.

Justice draws inspiration from the following places:

  • Gordon Parks who Justice says inspires him by having the courage to create when his reality was opposed to it. You can find out more about him on his website here.
  • Brett Ford Young as another source of constant inspiration.
  • Author Toni Morrison's work, more specifically; Beloved, Sula and The Bluest Eye.
  • Author Wilbur Smith's River God.
  • Author Malcolm Gladwell's Outliers.
  • Director Terence Neale, whose work can be found here.
  • Director Tristan Holmes, whose work can be found here.
  • Director Teboho Mahlatsi, who directed TV Show Yizo Yizo and whose work can be found here.