Lesego Seoketsa is an artist who lives and works in Springs, South Africa. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Fashion from Stadio (formerly known as Lisof). Her practice consists of photography, painting, and garment construction. Through her artistic work and practice, she engages her own critical thinking on postmodernist theory, and what living in a postmodernist world really means for equality and liberation among Africans, particularly black women. She considers feminism, black liberation and identity, as she makes work that directly addresses those themes, both from a theoretical perspective and a deeply personal one too. Raised in the post-apartheid era, she is influenced by Western traditional artists. But importantly, through her art, she is able to use these artists as reference points to distinguish the visual language of her own art as an African. Lesego's work and persona have been featured in publications such as Visi, Vogue, Sunday Times, House & Garden, Glamour Magazine and many more. In January 2021 she was a guest on the Expresso Show on national television where she discussed the details of her debut solo exhibition through the Orms Circle Mentorship Programme 2020 - titled 'Uthethathethwano' - to which she was the recipient of mentorship and a grant to produce the show.