This journey led us to spend 6 days in Cape Town, 35 hours on the Shosholoza train and 5 days in Johannesburg.

This journey led us to spend 6 days in Cape Town, 35 hours on the Shosholoza train and 5 days in Johannesburg.

 My volume presents conversations with seven practitioners at the forefront of independent art publishing in South Africa. The purpose of these discussions is to establish the nature of the individual's practice and its relation to their position in South African society—21 years after the inauguration of democracy.  Interviews:  1. Lani Spice, creator of Tow Aways zine & Stefan Naude, editor of The Lake 2. Jean De Wet 3. Sebastian Borckenhagen 4. Jonah Sack 6. Lady Skollie 7. Bronwyn Law-Viljoen, editor of Fourthwall Books

My volume presents conversations with seven practitioners at the forefront of independent art publishing in South Africa. The purpose of these discussions is to establish the nature of the individual's practice and its relation to their position in South African society—21 years after the inauguration of democracy.

Interviews:

1. Lani Spice, creator of Tow Aways zine & Stefan Naude, editor of The Lake
2. Jean De Wet
3. Sebastian Borckenhagen
4. Jonah Sack
6. Lady Skollie
7. Bronwyn Law-Viljoen, editor of Fourthwall Books

 Febby's volume presents seven discussions with respected documentary and contemporary fine art photographers in South Africa. Each conversation concerns the state of South Africa 21 years into democracy, the role of the photographer in consideration of the themes of new identity, daily life and unconventional approach to photography in this specific environment.  Interviews:  1. Thom Pierce 2. David Lurie 3. Dale Yudelman 4. Jenny Altschuler 5. Terry Kurgan 6. Graeme Williams 7. David Goldblatt

Febby's volume presents seven discussions with respected documentary and contemporary fine art photographers in South Africa. Each conversation concerns the state of South Africa 21 years into democracy, the role of the photographer in consideration of the themes of new identity, daily life and unconventional approach to photography in this specific environment.

Interviews:

1. Thom Pierce
2. David Lurie
3. Dale Yudelman
4. Jenny Altschuler
5. Terry Kurgan
6. Graeme Williams
7. David Goldblatt

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  Soweto Taxi Driver

Soweto Taxi Driver

  The City of Gold

The City of Gold

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  Light from Mandela's cell

Light from Mandela's cell

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  View from the Shosholoza Meyl

View from the Shosholoza Meyl

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  Fire on the tracks

Fire on the tracks

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  Robben Island

Robben Island

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 This journey led us to spend 6 days in Cape Town, 35 hours on the Shosholoza train and 5 days in Johannesburg.
 My volume presents conversations with seven practitioners at the forefront of independent art publishing in South Africa. The purpose of these discussions is to establish the nature of the individual's practice and its relation to their position in South African society—21 years after the inauguration of democracy.  Interviews:  1. Lani Spice, creator of Tow Aways zine & Stefan Naude, editor of The Lake 2. Jean De Wet 3. Sebastian Borckenhagen 4. Jonah Sack 6. Lady Skollie 7. Bronwyn Law-Viljoen, editor of Fourthwall Books
 Febby's volume presents seven discussions with respected documentary and contemporary fine art photographers in South Africa. Each conversation concerns the state of South Africa 21 years into democracy, the role of the photographer in consideration of the themes of new identity, daily life and unconventional approach to photography in this specific environment.  Interviews:  1. Thom Pierce 2. David Lurie 3. Dale Yudelman 4. Jenny Altschuler 5. Terry Kurgan 6. Graeme Williams 7. David Goldblatt
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  Soweto Taxi Driver
  The City of Gold
5.jpg
IMG_4557.JPG
6.jpg
IMG_4528.JPG
  Light from Mandela's cell
IMG_4586.JPG
IMG_4589.JPG
IMG_4606.JPG
IMG_4604.JPG
IMG_4613.JPG
IMG_4611.JPG
IMG_4612.JPG
IMG_4614.JPG
IMG_4550.JPG
  View from the Shosholoza Meyl
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15.JPG
14.JPG
  Fire on the tracks
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12 copy.jpg
17.JPG
14.4.JPG
7.5.jpg
IMG_4509.JPG
7.jpg
  Robben Island
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13.JPG

This journey led us to spend 6 days in Cape Town, 35 hours on the Shosholoza train and 5 days in Johannesburg.

My volume presents conversations with seven practitioners at the forefront of independent art publishing in South Africa. The purpose of these discussions is to establish the nature of the individual's practice and its relation to their position in South African society—21 years after the inauguration of democracy.

Interviews:

1. Lani Spice, creator of Tow Aways zine & Stefan Naude, editor of The Lake
2. Jean De Wet
3. Sebastian Borckenhagen
4. Jonah Sack
6. Lady Skollie
7. Bronwyn Law-Viljoen, editor of Fourthwall Books

Febby's volume presents seven discussions with respected documentary and contemporary fine art photographers in South Africa. Each conversation concerns the state of South Africa 21 years into democracy, the role of the photographer in consideration of the themes of new identity, daily life and unconventional approach to photography in this specific environment.

Interviews:

1. Thom Pierce
2. David Lurie
3. Dale Yudelman
4. Jenny Altschuler
5. Terry Kurgan
6. Graeme Williams
7. David Goldblatt

Soweto Taxi Driver

The City of Gold

Light from Mandela's cell

View from the Shosholoza Meyl

Fire on the tracks

Robben Island

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