Mohau Mokisadeng
Country: Republic of South Africa
Style: Fine Art Photography/ Scultpure
Medium: 
Fun Fact: Soweto-born and studied at the Michealis school of Fine Art
Quote: “My current work exits as several physical ‘bodies’ in the form of autonomous sculptures, each assuming an individual role within an allegorical network of signs and symbols comprising the larger constellation. The characters, moments (performative, live elements), and setting on a visual level correspond to the very ideas and concepts – political, philosophical, theological and historical – that are at the root of my practice on both a symbolic and material level.”
Mohau Mokisadeng
Country: Republic of South Africa
Style: Fine Art Photography/ Scultpure
Medium: 
Fun Fact: Soweto-born and studied at the Michealis school of Fine Art
Quote: “My current work exits as several physical ‘bodies’ in the form of autonomous sculptures, each assuming an individual role within an allegorical network of signs and symbols comprising the larger constellation. The characters, moments (performative, live elements), and setting on a visual level correspond to the very ideas and concepts – political, philosophical, theological and historical – that are at the root of my practice on both a symbolic and material level.”
Mohau Mokisadeng
Country: Republic of South Africa
Style: Fine Art Photography/ Scultpure
Medium: 
Fun Fact: Soweto-born and studied at the Michealis school of Fine Art
Quote: “My current work exits as several physical ‘bodies’ in the form of autonomous sculptures, each assuming an individual role within an allegorical network of signs and symbols comprising the larger constellation. The characters, moments (performative, live elements), and setting on a visual level correspond to the very ideas and concepts – political, philosophical, theological and historical – that are at the root of my practice on both a symbolic and material level.”
Mohau Mokisadeng
Country: Republic of South Africa
Style: Fine Art Photography/ Scultpure
Medium: 
Fun Fact: Soweto-born and studied at the Michealis school of Fine Art
Quote: “My current work exits as several physical ‘bodies’ in the form of autonomous sculptures, each assuming an individual role within an allegorical network of signs and symbols comprising the larger constellation. The characters, moments (performative, live elements), and setting on a visual level correspond to the very ideas and concepts – political, philosophical, theological and historical – that are at the root of my practice on both a symbolic and material level.”
Mohau Mokisadeng
Country: Republic of South Africa
Style: Fine Art Photography/ Scultpure
Medium: 
Fun Fact: Soweto-born and studied at the Michealis school of Fine Art
Quote: “My current work exits as several physical ‘bodies’ in the form of autonomous sculptures, each assuming an individual role within an allegorical network of signs and symbols comprising the larger constellation. The characters, moments (performative, live elements), and setting on a visual level correspond to the very ideas and concepts – political, philosophical, theological and historical – that are at the root of my practice on both a symbolic and material level.”
Mohau Mokisadeng
Country: Republic of South Africa
Style: Fine Art Photography/ Scultpure
Medium: 
Fun Fact: Soweto-born and studied at the Michealis school of Fine Art
Quote: “My current work exits as several physical ‘bodies’ in the form of autonomous sculptures, each assuming an individual role within an allegorical network of signs and symbols comprising the larger constellation. The characters, moments (performative, live elements), and setting on a visual level correspond to the very ideas and concepts – political, philosophical, theological and historical – that are at the root of my practice on both a symbolic and material level.”
Mohau Mokisadeng
Country: Republic of South Africa
Style: Fine Art Photography/ Scultpure
Medium: 
Fun Fact: Soweto-born and studied at the Michealis school of Fine Art
Quote: “My current work exits as several physical ‘bodies’ in the form of autonomous sculptures, each assuming an individual role within an allegorical network of signs and symbols comprising the larger constellation. The characters, moments (performative, live elements), and setting on a visual level correspond to the very ideas and concepts – political, philosophical, theological and historical – that are at the root of my practice on both a symbolic and material level.”
Mohau Mokisadeng
Country: Republic of South Africa
Style: Fine Art Photography/ Scultpure
Medium: 
Fun Fact: Soweto-born and studied at the Michealis school of Fine Art
Quote: “My current work exits as several physical ‘bodies’ in the form of autonomous sculptures, each assuming an individual role within an allegorical network of signs and symbols comprising the larger constellation. The characters, moments (performative, live elements), and setting on a visual level correspond to the very ideas and concepts – political, philosophical, theological and historical – that are at the root of my practice on both a symbolic and material level.”
Mohau Mokisadeng
Country: Republic of South Africa
Style: Fine Art Photography/ Scultpure
Medium: 
Fun Fact: Soweto-born and studied at the Michealis school of Fine Art
Quote: “My current work exits as several physical ‘bodies’ in the form of autonomous sculptures, each assuming an individual role within an allegorical network of signs and symbols comprising the larger constellation. The characters, moments (performative, live elements), and setting on a visual level correspond to the very ideas and concepts – political, philosophical, theological and historical – that are at the root of my practice on both a symbolic and material level.”

Mohau Mokisadeng

Country: Republic of South Africa

Style: Fine Art Photography/ Scultpure

Medium: 

Fun Fact: Soweto-born and studied at the Michealis school of Fine Art

Quote: “My current work exits as several physical ‘bodies’ in the form of autonomous sculptures, each assuming an individual role within an allegorical network of signs and symbols comprising the larger constellation. The characters, moments (performative, live elements), and setting on a visual level correspond to the very ideas and concepts – political, philosophical, theological and historical – that are at the root of my practice on both a symbolic and material level.”