Andile Maphumulo is a Black contemporary artist that was born in 1990/24/06 at Imfume (South coast Durban) in South Africa. He studied at Velobala weekend art classes hosted by DUT at City Campus.
He is a member of Amasosha Art movement, which is a collective of Durban artists that promote hard work and solidarity amongst artist.
His work is inspired by the arrangement of objects inside rooms of Black communities in the post Apartheid. He says the objects we use in our daily life speak a lot about who we are and our progression in the materials we choose to live with.
The absence of human figures in this painting is defined by the choice of the material that occupied this room. He specialize on painting as his medium of expressing his idea which is a liquidity medium that he associate with the qualities found in humans since we all born from liquid.