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  • Aftershocks: Psychotechnics in the wake of apartheid 

    Truscott, Ross; Smith, Michelle (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
    What we at first found intriguing about Simon Gush’s Red, what the documentary and the installation seemed to mutually conjure, was the Mandela car as a body to be mourned.2 Mourning recurred as a latent theme through the ...
  • Empathy’s echo: post-apartheid fellow feeling 

    Truscott, Ross (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
    The concept of empathy has been set to work, across a range of fields, to mark a break with the relational patterns of apartheid. Similarly, empathy has been identified, historically, as that which, within apartheid and ...
  • Mapping Bodies 

    Minkley, Emma (University of the Western Cape, 2018)
    The images in the visual essay that follows this text are drawn from a set of partnered art events, the Museum of Truth and Reconciliation and Double Portrait/Haunting Objects. The latter took place at the University of ...
  • The ‘Rough edge of deterritorialisation’: Contemplation 

    van Bever Donker, Maurits (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
    To frame this paper, which given its focus on the installation Red should ostensibly deal with a question of aesthetics and technology, with an epigraph that situates the contemplative capacity of a cow alongside the echo ...