Alvin Sihle Inensiko is a Multi-disciplinary artists based in Durban, who’s process of creating art is influenced by the lived experience, meaning my work is based off my informative reflection about the world gained through direct, first-hand involvement in everyday events rather than through representations constructed by other people. Within this notion Sihle’s work is often explored from the peripheries of society in an attempt to capture moments that challenge the viewer to ‘re-imagine spaces or moments he or she would have otherwise neglected. In most cases this is achieved through the use of painting as an interpretive rendering of the artist own experience within these spaces. Throughout His practice, Sihle has always been fascinated by images and how they have the power to impact other people’s emotions and persecution of things and the world at large. The interest was cultivated during his teenage years and has further developed since He opted to take his post-grad Diploma in Fine Art, at the Durban University of Technology. After completing his post-grad diploma. Sihle aims to delve even more into his Artistic practice, which requires, that he constantly be in the center of the experiences he opts to capture. Since to perceive a world and be shaped by it, one must be in and of its flesh.
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