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So didn't post anything regarding the blackout Tuesday. I didn't feel like I had anything meaningful to contribute to the conversation. But it really made me reflect on myself as I watched my news feed fill with black tiles mostly posted by white people.
Despite coming from South Africa my friendship circle demographic is horribly skewed toward the pale side.
Growing up in the 80s was growing up in deeply entrenched racism that permeated every aspect of life and has echoed through almost 40years on this planet. From school, to varsity and through into the workplace where my privilege and access to technology shaped the working landscape.
Coming out in 2012 was also a coming out of a white bubble and the Queer community of Cape Town really gave me more than just a safe space but a place to feel more integrated into the country as a whole. When I was back in PE for a while I really realised just how much had not changed in our country, how far we still have to go. How far I still have to go too and make a conscious effort in enacting change.
This little piece was sketched in Oculus Quill and rendered in Maya with Arnold, I did the music in Reason with Arturia Synths and the voices are taken from David Lynch's Blue Velvet, the voices being that of Isabella Rossellini , Kyle Maclachlan and the late amazing Dennis Hopper.
It is a way of exploring what perspective we are looking from. How our experience colours that and maybe giving us space to reflect on ourselves as white people.
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