Mfezeko Gumada was born in Flagstaff Eastern Cape in 1993. He is a multidisciplinary contemporary artist who works with a range of materials to create drawings, prints, and installations. Mfezeko is currently based in Durban where he practices his artmaking. His work focuses on his own personal experiences mostly on introspection that serves as a memory of the unknown in post-apartheid South Africa. Mfezeko is currently studying towards a National Diploma in Fine Arts at the Durban University of Technology (DUT). He worked as an assistant curator at the DUT Art Gallery. He runs his own business where he specializes in creating one-off garments, custom leather, bags, photography, and jewelry. Mfezeko participated in group exhibitions in Durban and Pretoria. He was awarded a first prize and a Joan Emanuel Floating trophy in a member’s competition at the Kwazulu Natal Society of Arts.