Sunday, July 24, 2016
"The bunny chow, arguably the most iconic Durban street food and recently making waves in hip circles in the UK and the US, is at its heart a communal, working-class dish, meant to be shared with another person. However sharing a bunny is an esoteric art with lots of unwritten rules and etiquette – an etiquette that people eating their “reimagined” brioche or sour dough bunnies in London or New York may not be aware of. Pravasan Pillay lets you in on some of the things you should know before inviting your friend over to split a half-mutton."
Sunday, July 10, 2016
"In July 2015, I visited the International Library of African Music, or ILAM, in Grahamstown, South Africa for the first time. I had approached Diane Thram, ILAM’s director, in 2013 about a proposal to photograph their 78 rpm record collection. I was looking to expand on a project to visually document every South African record ever pressed. Admittedly, an asymptotic endeavor, if not quixotic!"