Previous and current research

CARCERAL SPACES – Anticipating the sublime….

An exploration of the emphatic sublime trough the experience of the awesome in drawing and its particular relationship to space towards effecting the transformation of the self and the O/other.    

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REFLECTING SELF

An exploration of drawing trace as reciprocity between self and life-world, with reference to my own drawing and selected works of Diane Victor. Abstract:   The study postulates that drawing functions as a valuable vehicle that facilitates reciprocity between the drafter and her life-world. This relationship of exchange can bring about transformation of the self. […]

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A HOLY WAR

Redemption versus Damnation as spiritual metaphors in a selected body of work by Marieke Kruger. Abstract: The dissertation argues that the desire for a spiritual dimension to life is not redundant in the technological age.  Instead this dimension becomes ever more important for our psychological and spiritual health.  I also question the current social focus […]

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