Leoni Schmidt : D.Litt et Phil (Art History) from UJHB (RAU) ; MA (FA) from UWITS, SA. Research focus: drawing as a connective, interarts practice, often deployed within migratory contexts

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Publications:
Exposing Society: Contemporary Drawing as History Writing

Interarts contemporary drawing practices 'write' political histories to expose society. Temporality, spatiality, deferral and corporeality form parameters for critiques of scopic regimes and for the "playacting" of particular traumas.

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Relational Drawing as Pedagogical Action: Locational Strategies

Relational drawing in space enables interdisciplinarity and facilitates provisional holding patterns within which locational, mapping strategies can involve collaborative action and communal learning with geopolitical and pedagogical implications.

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Embedding Drawing, Art History & Theory in an Art School Curriculum

This article investigates a process through which Drawing and Art History & Theory can be embedded in a transdisciplinary Art School curriculum focusing on contemporary visual arts practices.

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