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03 FEBRUARY 2012

Die Antwoord: a provocative celebration of otherness

"If Die Antwoord are a joke, they're a painfully acute one. This over–the–top South African rap–rave trio, comprising rappers Ninja and Yolandi Visser and a hulking DJ called Hi–Tek, purport to represent 'zef', a strain of working–class/underclass Boer' culture that perhaps most closely equates to our own pejorative term 'chav'.

The band's co–founder and frontman, Watkin Tudor Jones, aka Ninja, has previously appeared in a host of similar conceptual art–rap projects and situationist pranks."

(Ian Gittins, 16 November 2010)

Fig.1 Die Antwoord "Zef Side"

Fig.2 Die Antwoord "I Fink U Freeky", Directed by Roger Ballen & NINJA, Director of Photography Melle Van Essen, Edited by Jannie Hondekom @ Left, Post Production by Blade.

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Afrikaner • art projectbandBoer • Boer culture • chav • counterculture • Die Antwoord • dirtyDJ • DJ Hi-Tek (Marius Bosch) • grungy • lowbrow • lower socioeconomic status • mulletmusic video • Ninja (Watkin Tudor Jones) • othernessover-the-top • pejorative • poor white people • prankprovocativerap • rap-rave • raveshocksituationist • slur • social classSouth Africa • South African • subculturetrio • underclass • Watkin Tudor Jones • white trash • working class • Yolandi Visser • zef

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Simon Perkins
21 MAY 2005

Pioneering real-time computer graphics

Through the early to mid 1990's "Tim Gruchy designed and conceptualised the interactive components and videos [for the Australian band "Vision Four 5"]. Their live performance had them standing on stage, waving arms in the air in front of large screens, not just for that 'put your hands up in the air' rave momentum, but also to use their bodies as controllers for triggering the sound and visuals via digital interactive computer systems – video cameras converted into real–time computer graphics which triggered midi sounds and visual trigger points adding extra layers to the live performance."

(http://AliaK.com, 02 October 2002)

"Cyberphobia", 1992 by Vision Four 5 (Noel Burgess, Ben Suthers, Tim Grutchy and Gavin Sade).

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1992 • Aliak • AmigaAustraliaband • Ben Suthers • computer gernerated environments • computer graphics • cyberphobia • edge findingGavin Sade • image merge • interactive performanceinteractive visualisationlive performance • Mandala Gesture Xtreme System • Noel Burgess • performance artistravereactive graphicssubculturesynaesthesia • Tim Gruchy • triggeringvideo capturevirtual and realvirtual realityvirtual reality system • Vision Four 5 • VR
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