• 94.7 Cycle Challenge (2006) Performance intervention
    Anthea Moys is an artist who works with performance, a teacher and a play activist. In her capacity as all of these identities Anthea engages people in situations that ask them to break and remake the rules and find new ways to play. In 2008 she completed her Masters in Fine Arts (cum laude) at the University of Witwatersrand with a focus on structured play and performance in public space. She has travelled widely with her skills: Zambia, Berlin, Australia, Sweden, China, London, Italy, Switzerland and France. In 2011 Anthea was nominated as one of Mail & Guardians Top 200 Young South Africans. In 2013 she won the Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Performance Art (inaugural). In response to this she created her ‘Vs’ series. More recently Anthea co-initiated and produced the Hey Hillbrow let’s dlala! public art parade. She currently works with a range of different people in her Play!shops where she uses play as a disruptive tool for innovation. Anthea lives, works and plays in Johannesburg, South Africa.