Using bright Isishweshwe material, Siwa Mgoboza creates Africa art that explores ideas of difference and belonging. These pieces are based on his personal experiences of growing up abroad and returning to South Africa. This colourful piece shown on One Source Live is from his collection entitled ‘Once Upon A Time in Africadia’, and is an imagining of a land where one can escape racial, economic and gender-based divisions and prejudices. He uses Isishweshwe because it is a metaphor for difference and belonging, as it is both South African and used in other Sub-Saharan African countries for their traditional dress. Upvote this piece for the world to see.