Willem Boshoff's work since the late 1970s has explored the interplay of art and language in the forms of concrete poetry, dictionaries, sculptures and installations. This catalogue accompanies Boshoff's exhibition in which he substantially extends two seminal bodies of work, Blind Alphabet
; comments on politics and culpability in characteristically playful yet pointed manner; and reflects on the vital role that trees and wood play in his work. The catalogue contains extensive texts on the works, written by the artist.
Published by Michael Stevenson | 2007
Softcover, 60 pages | Price: R100