Danger Gevaar Ingozi
Curated collection

For the launch of offsetculture.art, Danger Gevaar Ingozi (DGI) curated a collection of linocut prints produced in their studio. DGI is a collaborative workspace and studio in inner city Johannesburg. It is South Africa’s only artist-run and black-owned print studio. The collection featured here includes work by its founders Chad Cordeiro, Sbongiseni Khulu and Nathaniel Sheppard III, as well as young artists Allyssa Herman and Mthabisi Sithole.


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DGI offers a mixed media art production facility with a particular focus on linocut relief printing. Their primary aim is to provide emerging artists with a studio space, as well as marketing and circulating their works. DGI has engendered a new space within the cultural landscape of South Africa, and promotes their production on global platforms – in both contexts confronting and shifting socio-economic exclusion and prejudice that is embedded in the industry. DGI is run by artists Chad Cordeiro, Sbongiseni Khulu and Nathaniel Sheppard III, along with business partner and founder Anaz Mia.

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