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Image&Text: Number 23, 2014

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Leora Farber and Ann-Marie Tully

Bracha Ettinger: off (hors) figures
Nicholas Bourriaud

Trauma and fragilisation: Bracha Lichtenberg Ettinger’s artistic ethics, cultural memory, and post-apartheid South Africa
James Sey

Materialising HIV/AIDS in the Keiskamma Altarpiece
Brenda Schmahmann

A voice of her own: speaking her narrative through pointure-practices
Leora Farber

The users of lace: a socio-political case study
Jillian Carman

“Not a straight line by a spiral”: charting continuity and change in textiles informed by feminism
Alexandra Kokoli

Second skins: cloth, difference and the art of transformation
Christine Checinska

Punctured and stitched: Derrida’s pointure and intertextual polyphony in dandyism meets Athi-Patra Ruga’s Future White Women of Azania
Mary Corrigall

Scars, beads, bodies: pointure and punctum in nineteenth-century “Zulu” beadwork and its photographic imaging
Anitra Nettleton

Dream weavers: horned animal autobiographies and pointured forms
Ann-Marie Tully

Heidegger, Schapiro, Derrida: the three-in-one, and a pair of boots
Jane Taylor

Book review: See Kayamandi, see yourself - social responsibility and citizenship project for visual communication design students
Fatima Cassim

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About the Authors

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Image & Text: Number 23, 2014

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The articles presented in this special edition of Image & Text may be likened to a fugue of contrapuntal voices expressed in textual modes and threaded around Jacques Derrida’s (2009 [1978]) theoretical maxim of “pointure”.

Edited by:
Leora Farber and Ann-Marie Tully

Design and layout:
Bluprint Design and Kyle Rath

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Image & Text was first published in 1992 and is accredited as an academic journal by the South African Department of Higher Education and Training