This website serves as a nexus for the artistic works by Kā Makāté (Kamil Hassim)  Transdisciplinary Artist from South Africa 

Udūqko is an idea exchange exploring artistic, spiritual and scientific knowledge systems to create experimental communal spaces for culture creation.

Kamil Hassim is a transdisciplinary artist and musician. His work is often expressed through the mediums of instrument making, video, sculpture, digital art, sound, music, installation, performance and painting. His current projects explore how our relative cultural paradigms influence the ways in which we interface with the universe and the kinds of information that become activated through these perspectives. With this interest he is currently thinking through themes of Art, Science, Indigenous knowledge systems and their intersections.

Kamil Hassim is one of the recipients of Connect South Africa, with Swiss artist Ian Purnell. They will join a dual residency at CERN, and in the array of astronomy observatories across South Africa, at SAAO and SARAO. In his proposal, If Spacetime were a Canvas, he aims to create resonant instruments to draw connections between Indigenous South African cosmological sensibilities and fundamental research conducted at CERN, SAAO and SARAO.

Winner of the 2019 Michaelis Prize and Simon Gerson award