Publisher: MBALI PRESS, Ladybrand
Sponsored by the National Arts Council of South Africa
"Aryan Kaganof is arguably South Africa’s most versatile and resilient cultural activist. He is an eclectic film-maker, novelist, poet, fine artist and an indefatigable blogger.
Kaganof worked in Holland (where he also studied feature film direction, et al) at the Dutch Anti-Apartheid Movement as a researcher activist. In 1996 he pioneered the use of digital video as a feature film medium with the transfer to 35mm NAAR DE KLOTE! (Wasted!).
In 2000 a retrospective of his films was held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco where he was also Artist in Residence. In 2005 he shot the world’s first feature film made on a mobile phone camera, SMS SUGAR MAN.
In 2008 he was a Visiting Professor at K3 Malmo University (Sweden). He continues to orchestrate award-winning documentaries and films. He has published about 30 books comprising general fiction, short stories, poetry, non-fiction, and philosophy.
Aryan Kaganof has published many intriguing novels like Hectic, Cortado, Laduma and Uselessly. In this his very latest work, he creatively unleashes his apocalyptic vision in splendid, if disturbing undulations..." (blurb)