Monday, May 5, 2014

"Beyond the ‘After Math’" article published in Critical Arts

Beyond the ‘After Math’: exploring psychological decolonisation in a post-apartheid context of artistic praxis
Farieda Nazier, 199-215
DOI: 10.1080/02560046.2014.906340


This article argues that recontextualising applicable theories of Frantz Fanon through knowledge-seeking art practices can contribute to the ‘decolonisation of the mind’ in a contemporary South African context. The multimodal social intervention, entitled ‘After Math: An Exploration of Temporality, Wounding and Consequence’, hosted by the Apartheid Museum in August 2012 (principal artist and curator Farieda Nazier), is discussed and analysed. The exhibition and this retrospective article are grounded in Nazier's explorations and subsequent application of Fanonian theories and broader postcolonial postulations of place, gender and class. The intervention borrows from Fanon's theories and phenomenological approach to racial discrimination, using them as a point of departure to evoke memory and convey personal struggles within an apartheid and post-apartheid society through a number of visual and embodied modalities.

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Critical Arts, Vol. 28, No. 2, 04 Mar 2014 is now available online on Taylor & Francis Online.

This new issue contains the following articles:

It begins with you? An ubuntu-centred critique of a social marketing campaign on HIV and AIDS
Colin Chasi & Nadira Omarjee,  229-246
DOI: 10.1080/02560046.2014.906342

The reinvention of Hollywood's classic white saviour tale in contemporary Chinese cinema: Pavilion of Women and The Flowers of War
Jing Yang, 247-263
DOI: 10.1080/02560046.2014.906343

Criticising images: critical discourse analysis of visual semiosis in picture ns
Jiayu Wang, 264-286
DOI: 10.1080/02560046.2014.906344

Voice, alienation and the struggle to be heard: a case study of community radio programming in South Africa

Stanley Tsarwe, 287-310
DOI: 10.1080/02560046.2014.906345

Under fire

Under fire from all sides: a paraliterary exegesis
Jessica Webster, 311-312
DOI: 10.1080/02560046.2014.906346

Book review

Breaking the silence: South African representations of HIV/AIDS
Verena Jain-Warden, 313-316
DOI: 10.1080/02560046.2014.906347


Stuart Hall

Keyan Tomaselli & Ruth Teer-Tomaselli, 317-318
DOI: 10.1080/02560046.2014.906348
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Submissions should be made online via ScholarOne Manuscripts at (in cases where internet connectivity is not conducive to a ScholarOne submission, we will still accept manuscripts submitted via email to the Critical Arts office. Send to Verona Sathiyah at and/or editor-in-chief, Keyan Tomaselli, at Submissions should be original works not simultaneously submitted elsewhere, between 5000 to 7000 words in length. Referencing should be done according to the Chicago manual of style.

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