Posts Tagged ‘South Africa’

  • Stuck in an old story

    Stuck in an old story

    October 21st, 2014 | Expressive Change | Tania Katzschner | 1 Comment

    “Help stop them before they destroy earth. Become an AlienBuster!”… “It is time to reclaim our country! We need the public to join us in our fight to rid the planet of these deadly invaders!” This call to arms was envisaged – perhaps surprisingly – from an ecological, green, ‘natural’ systems context as a creative intervention in the South African government’s management of environmental issues.

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  • Gestalt at the South African Treasury Department

    Gestalt at the South African Treasury Department

    July 20th, 2012 | Expressive Change | Tana Paddock | No Comments

    I’m stumbling along, trying my best to remain in the single file line the path has forced us to form. We crest the hillside, overlooking a quiet river freckled with boulders and dragonflies. I overhear Jonathan and Kirsten chatting in front of me. They are introducing themselves, having only just met on this day hike organized through the Cape Town Hiking Group. I hear Kirsten say that she works for the National Treasury […]

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