Siwa Mgoboza uses traditional Hlubi Isishweshwe to focus on issues of identity and displacement in his Africa art. Having grown up abroad and returned to South Africa to study, Mgoboza understands how the African culture can feel at odds with the Western modernisation that has encroached the continent. This piece features a bright red mask made from the traditional Isishweshwe material, which is a subversion of the traditional African masks found in mostly brown or black hues. His pieces shown on One Source Live focus on a time in the future where the struggles of today no longer exist, and race has become a non-issue because everyone is multicoloured (hence the fabric). Upvote the art you want to show the world.