In time of global uncertainty and rage, our Director of Operations, Bisila Noha, reflects upon the power of confronting and embracing one’s own identity in order to be able to embrace others’.

Through clay and her latest body of work, the Baney Clay Project: An Unearthed Identity, she reflects upon how patriarchal, colonialist and racists ways of understanding the world still prevail and how these affect the way we look at art and pottery.

An beautifully written intimate piece that will make you travel in time and space; a door onto her own life journey, ceramics practise and worldview.

Read now here on Plural Magazine.