Nomathamsanqa Sibeko

Junior researcher

Nomathamsanqa Sibeko is an Honours graduate from the University of Witwatersrand. She is also an interdisciplinary artist whose work moves between theatrical, gallery, scholarly and other public contexts, overtly dealing with matter and politics of the body as a site of contested works. The body is treated as an object, an image that assimilates the spirit of the moment and adapts to the environment.

Her work is centered around themes that explore women’s rights and social ills. Her love for education and interrogating social ills lead her to research work with and later on with Kelello.

Nomathamsanqa’s home language is Isizulu, additional languages are English, Isixhosa, Sesotho, Sepedi and Setswana.

BA Dramatic Arts (Wits)