Test-Project-Modisakeng(T1)
Film&Arts-Modisakeng(T1)

Kin - Explorations on the concept of kinship to the African lived experiences. 

Mohau Modisakeng’s visually striking work is always a pleasure to create immersive sound worlds for. In this instance, there was no sound recordist on set, and every sound needed to be meticulously placed in order to create a subtle, realistic sound scape where there was none. 

Test-JobTypeE(T1)
Civvies-Zion(T4)

Zion - Mohau Modisakeng’s visually striking work is always a pleasure to create immersive sound worlds for. In this instance, there was no sound recordist on set, and everything needed to be meticulously designed in order to create a subtle, realistic sound scape where there was none. 

Mohau Modisakeng’s visually striking work is always a pleasure to create immersive sound worlds for. In this instance, there was no sound recordist on set, and every sound needed to be meticulously placed in order to create a subtle, realistic sound scape where there was none. 

Test-JobTypeV(T1)
Civvies-Passage(T3)

Passage - Another engrossing work by Mohau Modisakeng, in which we were tasked with creating frantic splashes, whips and creaks for a minimalist piece in which 3 performers (including the artist) are pictured, stranded on sinking life rafts in various phases of submersion. 

Mohau Modisakeng’s visually striking work is always a pleasure to create immersive sound worlds for. In this instance, there was no sound recordist on set, and every sound needed to be meticulously placed in order to create a subtle, realistic sound scape where there was none. 

Test-JobTypeZJ(T1)
Civvies-Endabeni(T3)

Endabeni - Informed by his experience as a young boy in Soweto, at the crossroads of a violent political transition, Modisakeng uses memory as a portal between past and present to explore themes of history, body and place within the post-apartheid context. His photography, films, performance and installation grapple with the conflicting politics of leadership and nationhood, whilst also attempting to unpack the legacy of inequality, capital, labour and extraction of mineral wealth in contemporary South Africa. 

Mohau Modisakeng’s visually striking work is always a pleasure to create immersive sound worlds for. In this instance, there was no sound recordist on set, and every sound needed to be meticulously placed in order to create a subtle, realistic sound scape where there was none. 

Test-JobTypeV(T1)
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