That’s Just Like, Your Opinion: The Pain, The Power

The WorkingClass cats recently held an exhibition at The Upstairs of tattoo artist Nic Lewis’s work called The Pain, The Power. We hit it up and after a performance by STRAGE, a couple slices of pizza and some perusing of the work on display, we chatted to a couple of you about tattoos.   Tattoos, once a sign of rebellion and general bad-assery, are now seen on everybody from prisoners to doctors. Even that really nice girl that you didn’t... Read More

That’s Just Like, Your Opinion: Film Fetish

We hit up Working Class’s Film Fetish exhibition at The Upstairs and asked people what they thought about cult films, the work on display and DIFF.     It seems everybody has a different definition for what makes a cult film and most of them need to take a closer look at the DIFF programme. Here’s what five completely random people (promise) had to say.   ST(E)AK, 35, Social Observer   DIY: Which are your favourite... Read More

That’s just like, your opinion : Life & Death between Chai

Since this site is called Durban is YOURS, we figured we’d get off our high horses and ask you, the general populous, your opinion on various goings-ons around the city. First up, we chat to a couple peeps at the Life & Death between Chai exhibition at The Factory Cafe. Last Thursday saw a couple hundred people pack out The Factory Cafe for Kevin Goss-Ross, Gareth Bright and┬áCaitlin Fay Smith’s photography exhibition, Life &... Read More