The projects listed here are ongoing and are in various states of completion, from full publication to work in progress.
The Mirror in the Ground is a project of Nick Shepherd, and was carried out in collaboration with staff and students from the Centre for Curating the Archive at the University of Cape Town. Pippa Skotnes and Siona O’Connell played key roles in shaping and curating the project, and Niek de Greef designed the book and website. The book launch and exhibition took place in the Centre for African Studies Gallery of the University of Cape Town in May 2015, and Imraan Coovadia gave the opening address.
Walking Table Mountain with Walter Mignolo is an account of the Cape Town Curatorial Residency, carried out on December 2016 with preparatory work in December 2015 and throughout the year. The CT Curatorial Residency brought together scholars, creative artists, curators and activists from Cape Town, Sweden, Australia, India and the Netherlands for a week of walking, conversation and joint work, around the theme of “nature/ cultures of Table Mountain”. The CT Curatorial Residency was a joint project of the Decolonial Working Group of the University of Cape Town and the Centre for Critical Heritage Studies of the University of Gothenburg.
From Cave to Screen is an ongoing digital heritage project focused on rock art sites in the Cederberg Mountains of the Western Cape.