Cure :: Songezile Madikida

The term, Blood on my Hands on the other hand is normally used to acknowledge one’s complicity and contribution to an adverse or lethal condition. I used this commonly used expression as a title to highlight our own complicity, as society, to our own undoing and demise. The song by Nathi also speaks of a long wait and a need to reconcile with a loved one. He seems to have tried everything but to no avail, his lover has disappeared or has abandoned him.

About Songezile Madikida
Songezile Madikida, was born on 25 March 1973 in the Eastern Cape and is currently teaching Art History and Visual Culture at Rhodes University.