William Kentridge is a draftsman, performer and filmmaker, as well as the founder of The Centre for the Less Good Idea.
Perhaps best-known for his free-spirited charcoal, ink, and animated drawings, Kentridge employs a large degree of collaboration and experimentation with fellow artists and mediums of art in his work. Having collaborated on original works with a number of artists and performers across each Season, Kentridge’s time at The Centre sees him playing the roles of performer, collaborator, facilitator, and more.
Season 5 sees Kentridge collaborating with a number of musicians and performing artists such as Dada Masilo and Nhlanhla Mahlangu on an 11-minute epic performance as well as a 360 VR Film.
PHOTOGRAPHER | Stella Olivier