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BOOKNESSES ARCHIVE



Dear Book Artist / Enthusiast / Delegate

The Booknesses colloquium, workshops and exhibitions committee would like to thank all who were in Johannesburg from 21 - 26 March for the colloquium.

Booknesses was a huge success, thanks to your interest, commitment, collegiality and the high standard of papers and presentations

Please find the Program and Abstracts for your records as well as an email list of all delegates, below. We hope you will stay in touch with each other in order to advance the aims of the Booknesses project.

Over the next couple of months, we would like to produce a Colloquium Proceedings booklet.
Please send transcripts of your papers (12 point Arial, 1.5- spaced) to dpaton@uj.ac.za for inclusion in the proceedings by 8 April.

The two exhibitions continue until 5 May with a walkabout program on Saturdays for the general public and Wednesdays for schools.

Keep coming back to this page in order to find media, images and updates such as:



Ginsberg / Kentridge Conversation book video snippet
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Click the image for a view of: Roundtable. A discussion of South African practitioners and studios working across disciplines. Kim Berman (chair) - discussants: Nathi Ndladla, Eliza Kentridge, Mark Attwood, Susan Gosin and William Kentridge. Friday 24 March
Roundtable. A discussion of South African practitioners and studios working across disciplines. Kim Berman (chair) - discussants: Nathi Ndladla, Eliza Kentridge, Mark Attwood, Susan Gosin and William Kentridge. Friday 24 March
Click the image for a view of: Roundtable. A discussion of South African practitioners and studios working across disciplines. Kim Berman, Nathi Ndladla, Eliza Kentridge, Mark Attwood, Susan Gosin and William Kentridge
Roundtable. A discussion of South African practitioners and studios working across disciplines. Kim Berman, Nathi Ndladla, Eliza Kentridge, Mark Attwood, Susan Gosin and William Kentridge
Click the image for a view of: Keith Dietrich. Dialogical imagination in the shaping of three bookworks. Friday 24 March
Keith Dietrich. Dialogical imagination in the shaping of three bookworks. Friday 24 March
Click the image for a view of: Stephan Erasmus. A maker of things, Friday 24 March
Stephan Erasmus. A maker of things, Friday 24 March
Click the image for a view of: Ilka van Schalkwyk. Exploring the manifestation of Synaesthesia in artists books. Friday 24 March
Ilka van Schalkwyk. Exploring the manifestation of Synaesthesia in artists books. Friday 24 March
Click the image for a view of: Booknesses: Contemporary South African Artists Books opening. Friday 24 March
Booknesses: Contemporary South African Artists Books opening. Friday 24 March
Click the image for a view of: Robbin Ami Silverberg opens Booknesses: Contemporary South African Artists Books. Friday 24 March
Robbin Ami Silverberg opens Booknesses: Contemporary South African Artists Books. Friday 24 March
Click the image for a view of: Booknesses: Contemporary South African Artists Books opening. Friday 24 March
Booknesses: Contemporary South African Artists Books opening. Friday 24 March
Click the image for a view of: Robbin Ami Silverberg Keynote address. The Aegean Sea: The Compulsion to Make Artist Books. Saturday 25 March
Robbin Ami Silverberg Keynote address. The Aegean Sea: The Compulsion to Make Artist Books. Saturday 25 March
Click the image for a view of: Buzz Spector. Hand, eye and mind: Criticality and creativity in the book art studio. Saturday 25 March
Buzz Spector. Hand, eye and mind: Criticality and creativity in the book art studio. Saturday 25 March

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