Sinenkosi Msomj, born in Eswatini, has an Associate degree in business management from Limkokwing and is studying towards a Bachelors of Commerce at UNESWA. He is founder of Swag syndroam, a photography movement which uses conceptual photography to narrate stories, and has three years experience in the photography industry. He is a self-taught creative director.
Fine Art —Charcoal Nsibande is an Eswatini visual artist and writer.
Roadside memorials mark geographical points of departure in a landscape that is generally devoid of real human interaction or activity. They are almost always built in the no man’s land bordering our country roads, interstates and highways. We pass them at 60 miles an hour, sometimes glancing back but are never afforded the time to actually see them. This project is about slowing down. Polaroid was a natural choice. Early in its development, Polaroid film was widely used by police officers and other law enforcement, because it produced an unalterable instant photo – irrefutable evidence of a particular event. These photographs are evidence of something greater – an unspoken need…
Moletsane Mzwandile is a self-taught artist who does realistic drawings using different mediums like pencils, colored pencil, and ballpoint pen. He started drawing in November 2017; since then, he has sold over 100 pieces of art to people in Eswatini on commission. For more information, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit him on social media: Facebook Twitter Instagram