• Contest ships internationally so you must be willing to give me your address. Please make sure your parents are okay with it if you’re under 18.
• Reblogs only, likes don’t count( you can like it to bookmark it ) If you like AND reblog, it increases your chances.
• Contest ends March 12th
• Don’t hesitate to ask me any questions!
• I’ll be using random.org to select the winner
• Reblog as many times as you want!
Description of items:
• iPhone 5(brand new): $200
• Set of nail polishes: $15
• Victoria’s Secret ‘Pink’ phone case fits 4/4s: $16
• Studded-clutch purse(Rogue by Rihanna): $25
• Fandango gift card: $25
• Size 8 studded shoes: $40
• Size Medium tribal tank top: $22
• Cheetah-print cross scarf: $10
• Rhythm and Blues Vera Bradly bag: $100
• Headband/Elephant&Giraffe earring set: $10
• MacBook Pro(NEVER OPENED): $1,800
• Total item value of over $2,000!
Good luck to everyone!!!!!!!!!
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!!!!: the giveaway has been extended until april 2nd because its going to take a while to put in all the urls in the random generator. We started last week and we only got 3k urls in and today my internet crashed so we lost a lot of progress. thank you for your understanding and supporting the giveaway! Good luck!
Shot in the now abandoned Praça de Touros arena in Maputo where black Mozambicans once fought for the entertainment of the colonial Portuguese, Mntambo rehearses the steps and takes on the persona of a professional bullfighter - a role usually reserved for men.
Where no animal is present, Mntambo dons an animal hide on her back suggesting that in the absence of an actual bull, she is both the fighter and the victim, the hunter and the hunted, both the fear and the feared in a scenario where neither occupant had agency over their being in the ring and the consequence of what lay ahead.
About the cowhide, Nandipha says, “I have used cowhide as a means to subvert expected associations with corporeal presence, femininity, sexuality and vulnerability.”
Nandipha Mntambo was born in Swaziland in 1982 but grew up in Johannesburg. She obtained a Masters in Fine Arts from the Michaelis School of Fine Arts at the University of Cape Town in 2007, and in 2011, she was chosen as the Standard Bank Young Artist for Visual Art .