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Song of the JuJu man

2011-07-14 Song of the JuJu man The pale thieves, the pale murderers They must go The pale ones must leave They must take everything they brought with them Roll up the roads and the telephone wires Coil up the cables of our knowledge The ...

Song of the JuJu man

2011-07-14 Song of the JuJu man The pale thieves, the pale murderers They must go The pale ones must leave They must take everything they brought with them Roll up the roads and the telephone wires Coil up the cables of our knowledge The ...

James Whyle: Rules of thumb for prospective short story writers

2011-07-13 Write. Write daily. It doesn't matter what it is, but try always to have at least one biggish project at some stage of evolution at all times.

James Whyle: Rules of thumb for prospective short story writers

2011-07-13 Write. Write daily. It doesn't matter what it is, but try always to have at least one biggish project at some stage of evolution at all times.

Anton Harber talks to Maggie Marx about his recently published book Diepsloot

Maggie Marx, Maggie Marx Academic research 2011-07-07

Diepsloot Anton Harber Publisher: Jonathan Ball Publishers
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"Watched/watching" Reimagined: Gerhard van Wyk

Gary Cummiskey 2011-07-05 Click here to read the poem. Click here for more information about this project.

"Watched/watching" Reimagined: Gerhard van Wyk

Gary Cummiskey 2011-07-05 Click here to read the poem. Click here for more information about this project.

Stefanus Rademeyer on Resonant Structures, dimensionality and generative algorithms

Stefanus Rademeyer, Kristine Kronjé 2011-07-05 Stefanus Rademeyer recently held his first solo exhibition at Goodman Gallery Cape titled Resonant Structures. Following successful solo exhibitions, Surface Depth and Ideograph, Resonant Structures explored the relationship between the disciplines ...

Stefanus Rademeyer on Resonant Structures, dimensionality and generative algorithms

Stefanus Rademeyer, Kristine Kronjé 2011-07-05 Stefanus Rademeyer recently held his first solo exhibition at Goodman Gallery Cape titled Resonant Structures. Following successful solo exhibitions, Surface Depth and Ideograph, Resonant Structures explored the relationship between the disciplines ...

African Library: Caught in the storm

Annie Gagiano 2011-07-01 Seydou Badian wrote the text under discussion in this issue of The African Library in 1954 – when his country, Mali, was still known as French Sudan – and composed it in French, the language of his colonial education.

African Library: Caught in the storm

Annie Gagiano 2011-07-01 Seydou Badian wrote the text under discussion in this issue of The African Library in 1954 – when his country, Mali, was still known as French Sudan – and composed it in French, the language of his colonial education.

Mike van Graan in conversation with Janet van Eeden on becoming Artscape's Associate Playwright

Mike van Graan, Janet van Eeden 2011-06-30 Press release: “Artscape, one of the most productive theatre centres in the country, has announced an innovative partnership with award-winning playwright Mike van Graan that will see the Artscape Theatre Centre staging at least one of the ...

Mike van Graan in conversation with Janet van Eeden on becoming Artscape's Associate Playwright

Mike van Graan, Janet van Eeden 2011-06-30 Press release: “Artscape, one of the most productive theatre centres in the country, has announced an innovative partnership with award-winning playwright Mike van Graan that will see the Artscape Theatre Centre staging at least one of the ...

hawking

Celesté Fritze 2011-06-29 hawking I long for the ancient and the elegant symbol of the noble – a single merlin, with slender, pointed wings, climbing, sailing, diving fiercely for its prey seizing, clutching in its claws, the quiet and the ...

hawking

Celesté Fritze 2011-06-29 hawking I long for the ancient and the elegant symbol of the noble – a single merlin, with slender, pointed wings, climbing, sailing, diving fiercely for its prey seizing, clutching in its claws, the quiet and the ...

Nine artists and one curator on what it means to be an "Afrikaner"

Steyn du Toit 2011-06-23 A compelling exhibition that deals with the dichotomy of the historical baggage intrinsically tied to being Afrikaans, Ik ben een Afrikaner (I am an African) is currently on at Artspace. Steyn du Toit chatted to Teresa Lizamore, the curator of the ...

Nine artists and one curator on what it means to be an "Afrikaner"

Steyn du Toit 2011-06-23 A compelling exhibition that deals with the dichotomy of the historical baggage intrinsically tied to being Afrikaans, Ik ben een Afrikaner (I am an African) is currently on at Artspace. Steyn du Toit chatted to Teresa Lizamore, the curator of the ...

Double Negative: When a novel becomes art

Janet van Eeden 2011-06-22

Double Negative: When a novel becomes art

Janet van Eeden 2011-06-22

"Backpack" Reimagined: Celia Claase

Gary Cummiskey 2011-06-22 Click on the image to see larger version. Click here to read the poem. Click here for more information about this project.
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