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Item date(s): 2018

Ngqabutho Dube  - (collaborative member)
Kundai Moyo  - (collaborative member)
Kira de Cavalho  - (collaborative member)
Jessica Jindrich  - (collaborative member)
Hemali Khoosal  - (collaborative member)

Medium: RISOgraph printing on various papers
Pages: 61pp
Size: 211mm

Sub-type: Zine
Theme(s): What you are ‘writing’, what you are ‘reading’, and why now … With whom, for whom and/or for what…How will your ‘letters’ reach recipients?

Place publication: Johannesburg
Publisher: Reactivity Collective

Additional notes:

• How effectively and in what ways do the collective publication articulate the editorial framework?

• Building from the above question, how coherent is the collective voice?

• How effectively did the collective engage the Medu Art Ensemble?

• In relation to Medu, how does the collective engage the prompts: (What changed? What shifted?

What remains the same? What now?)

• Does the publication/online platform indicate an engaged and deep commitment to unpack, edit,

expand and deepen each content in relation to the editorial



• How did the collective publication push the limits of RISOgraph printmaking?

• Does the publication as it stands demonstrate a sound understanding of the limits and possibilities of

RISOgraph printmaking?

• To what extent do the form - including ‘binding/assembly/presentation’

match/complement/complicate the content and the editorial


Reference note:
Led by Rangoato Hlasane, the Wits School of Arts, Department of Fine Art, Drawing and Contemporary Practice III course is premised on the place and role of collective publishing by artists as a principle that introduces students to art collectivities. Key outcomes important to the success of the course is for each collective to introduce and map their editorial frameworks/provocations/manifestos/questions/positions/speculations…through their publications.

Two booklets held with a brown wrapper with paper clips

1. 15pp

2. 61pp

Ref: GB/16275

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