Coming Soon

What do you think artists could be doing in Cape Town, in public spaces… come and chat about it at one of our Cape Land Art gatherings - in Stellenbosch in September, at Jan Marais Park on 18th and alongside members of FLOW (For the Love of Waer) at Jonkershoek on 27th. Check our Facebook page or contact me janetrnson.00@gmail.com for more info

Ghalaghadi Dreams



Sacred geometry on Hakskeenpan in the Kalahari - a collaboration with Cha Davenport.

Boland Earth


Startling red clay in the Boland and local reeds for vivid contrast. One of the fences and ladders made in the Diepklowe conservancy


Newlands Forest ‘open hearts, empty hands’ meeting

Open Streets Bree Street, Central Cape Town - conversations about cities, design, collaboration and using waste!

Monthly meetings with Western Cape Land Art

Here is a little armour for a tree feeling vulnerable…

See our Facebook page for details of the next meeting, anywhere from Silvermine to Strand… suggestions and invitations to your backyard always welcome.

The Amazing 7-Headed Coat

Performed for ‘Till It Breaksat Greatmore Events Space, September 2013

An experiment in collaboration and its benefits and pitfalls, the costume is a circle of sky-blue cloth marked in obscure drawings and embroidered with black scribbles. This is encircled by a series of 7 hooded cloaks, worn by 7 participants. The performance is improvised as an intuitive dance, with 6 others to ‘have your back’.

Environmental Art Residency in Chenglong Wetland Park, Taiwan


work entirely from found natural materials bamboo, palm, sisal, shells…
Detail of the ‘Hungry Monster’, part of my ‘Circle of Life’ - forms chasing one another in a feeding frenzy. The messages on the bamboo strips were written by visitors on the Open Days.

Drawing Together at National Arts Festival 2012

This public art project was supported by the Festival, and involved artists, performers, children, students and the general public in drawing sessions and conversation, culminating in a space jam-packed with portraits.
The space gradually filled with drawings, hung like show posters from strings. Participants of all kinds were drawn together to collaborate, communicate and share skills.

Waving to the sky at Afrika Burn 2010

Click here to view photo’s of Tankwa Hands.

Ngong Forest workshop 2008 Nairobi, Kenya

Click here to view works created in the forest workshop.