Textual research generated by the project


 To access the project's final academic articles published in Literator 33(1) 2012 - click here


Colloquium Outputs

Finding a sense of place in artists’ books
Steven Bosch
Communication, Communication Studies, North-West University.

Hidden narratives: an overview of its conceptualisation and execution
Louisemarié Combrink
History of Art, Communication Studies, North-West University.

Loss, vulnerability and the need to tell
Louisemarié Combrinke
History of Art, Communication Studies, North-West University.

The futility of writing 24-page letters (2009)
Leora Farber
Director: Research Centre, Visual Identities in Art and Design; Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture; University of Johannesburg.

The specimen box
Cheryl Gage
Department of Visual Art; Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture; University of Johannesburg.

Tinboektoe toe – The story of a story
Moya Goosen
Creative Writing, School of Languages, North-West University.

Improvisations of intertexts, autobiography and fiction
Franci Greyling
History of Art, Communication Studies, North-West University

Al staan jy op jou kop – Concrete poetry gets a new jacket
Leti Kleyn
Creative Writing, University of Pretoria.

Will ‘fin.’ ever be finished?
Ian Marley
Graphic Design, School for Communication Studies, North-West University.

Lost in translation
Moira Muller
Centre for Text Technology (CTexT®), Research Unit: Languages and Literature in the South African Context, Faculty of Arts, North-West University (Potchefstroom Campus).

Artists’ Books as interpretive acts
David Paton
Senior Lecturer: Department of Visual Art, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, University of Johannesburg.

When a book is not a book
Jo-Marie Rabe
Furniture historian, writer, antique dealer in Stellenbosch.

Nature, paper, man: The cycle of evanescence as embodied in fin. and Sleepmerke
Vianca Stavast
History of Art, Communication Studies, North-West University.

Fokofwitman?
Richardt Strydom
Graphic Design, School for Communication Studies, North-West University.

The Tambani embroidery project
Jaco Kruger & Wessie van der Westhuizen
Musicology, School of Music, Graphic Design, School for Communication Studies, North-West University.


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