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    Colloquium 24 - 26 March




    Delegates gather for the opening of the colloquium Booknesses; Taking Stock of the Book Arts in South Africa. Friday 24 March

    Dean of FADA, Prof. Federico Freschi opens the Booknesses Colloquium. Friday 24 March

    Dean of FADA, Prof. Federico Freschi opens the Booknesses Colloquium. Friday 24 March

    David Paton at FADA Seminar. Friday 24 March

    David Paton at FADA Seminar. Friday 24 March

    David Paton at FADA Seminar. Friday 24 March

    Sarah Bodman, CFPR, Bristol, UK delivers the Keynote Address at Booknesses, Friday 24 March

    Sarah Bodman, CFPR, Bristol, UK delivers the Keynote Address at Booknesses, Friday 24 March

    David Paton and Martin Ciolkosz, Friday 24 March

    Delegates break after Sarah Bodman's opening keynote address. Friday 24 March

    David Paton and Jack Ginsberg, Friday 24 March

    Susan Gosin from Dieu Donné Hand Papermakers, New York (l) with Eliza Kentridge ( r ). Friday 24 March

    Maureen de Jager - Proposal for The Book of Holes, assisted by Helene van Aswegen. Friday 24 March

    Inge Bruggeman. Active Reading: Experiencing the book as action and activity. Friday 24 March

    Willem Boshoff presenting an aural presentation of KykAfrikaans. Friday 24 March

    Katja Gentric. Willem Boshoff and the margins between book-work and performance. Friday 24 March

    Martin Ciolkosz from imPRESSed working the small Albion Letter Press with students

    Martin Ciolkosz from imPRESSed working the small Albion Letter Press with students

    Jonah Sack, Books in space: Absorption and distance in artists book installations. Friday 24 March

    Sue Pam-Grant. Opening the Book: Performance in practice. Friday 24 March

    Student assistants Sinead Fletcher and Katelyn Chetty take some timeout from documenting proceedings. Friday 24 March

    Keith Dietrich. Dialogical imagination in the shaping of three bookworks. Friday 24 March

    Stephan Erasmus. A maker of things, Friday 24 March

    Ilka van Schalkwyk. Exploring the manifestation of Synaesthesia in artists books. Friday 24 March

    Mark Attwood. Friday 24 March

    Nathi Ndladla. Friday 24 March

    Roundtable. A discussion of South African practitioners and studios working across disciplines. Kim Berman and Susan Gosin. Friday 24 March

    Roundtable. A discussion of South African practitioners and studios working across disciplines. William Kentridge (right). 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

    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

    From l – r: Sir Sydney Kentridge, William Kentridge, Eliza Kentridge and Anne Stanwix. Saturday 25 March

    Robbin Ami Silverberg Keynote address. The Aegean Sea: The Compulsion to Make Artist Books. Saturday 25 March

    Buzz Spector. Hand, eye and mind: Criticality and creativity in the book art studio. Saturday 25 March

    Jane Taylor. Between the covers: the erotics of the double-page spread in the work of William Kentridge. Saturday 25 March

    Anne Thurman-Jajes - The conceptual artists book. Saturday 25 March

    David Paton. Simultaneous journeys: Relational thematics in curating the exhibition Booknesses: Artists Books from the Jack Ginsberg Collection. Saturday 25 March

    Mary Austin. Rolling with the times. Saturday 25 March

    Elbe Coetsee. Memory & Material Culture. Saturday 25 March

    David Paton demonstrating a cloth book during Elbe Coetsee's presentation Memory & Material Culture. Saturday 25 March

    Ian Marley. Facilitating practice-led research, four fundamental aspects that promote success engagement. Saturday 25 March

    Mark Attwood. Artists books from The Artists Press. The printer/publisher. 25 years of producing artists books at The Artists Press. Saturday 25 March

    Malcolm Christian and Mandy Conidaris. Bookends: The fine art book as witness, explored via two books from the Caversham Centre for Artists and Writers. Saturday 25 March

    John Roome. Unflattening: An artists book as an example of creative practice-based research. Saturday 25 March

    Jo-Ann Chan. Visualising the voices of Redan: a process of knowledge triangulation. Saturday 25 March

    Helene van Aswegen. Deliberate: The Process of making artists books. Saturday 25 March

    Mary Minicka. Archival remnants: Human presence and agency amongst the records of an archive. Saturday 25 March

    Elizabeth James. Collecting artists books in the National Art Library, V&A Museum. Sunday 26 March

    Wilhelm Van Rensburg. Exhibition making & artist book curating: A case of both/and instead of either/or instead of neither/nor, to quote Hans Ulrich Obrist. Sunday 26 March

    Paul Van Capelleveen. Provocations in multi-lingual artists books. Sunday 26 March

    Elizabeth James. (l) and Buzz Spector ( r) field questions. Sunday 26 March

    Siya Masuku speaking at the roundtable: South African book arts as a democratic force. Sunday 26 March

    Dr. Sikhumbuzo Mngadi speaking at the roundtable: South African book arts as a democratic force. Sunday 26 March

    Nonkululeko Chabalala speaking at the roundtable: South African book arts as a democratic force. Sunday 26 March

    Muzi Gigaba speaking at the roundtable: South African book arts as a democratic force. Sunday 26 March

    Kim Berman speaking at the roundtable: South African book arts as a democratic force. Sunday 26 March

    Sarah Bodman (CFPR, Bristol, UK) and Robbin Ami Silverberg (Dobbin Mill & Books New York) close the Colloquium. Sunday 26 March

    Sarah Bodman (CFPR, Bristol, UK); Robbin Ami Silverberg (Dobbin Mill & Books New York) and Paul van Capelleveen (Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Netherlands) close the Colloquium. Sunday 26 March

    Student assistants Alexia Ferreira (l), Katelyn Chetty ( c ) and Sinead Fletcher ( r ) with their copies of the catalogue Booknesses: Artists' Books from the Jack Ginsberg Collection. Sunday 26 March

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