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Of cogs, fire and quanta: Steampunk at Afrikaburn 2018?

Posted by on 11th January 2019

Article by Dr John Steele, published in the South African Journal for Art History (SAJAH, ISSN 0258-3542, volume 33, number 3, 2018: 62-73) Quantum mechanics reveals that just about the only certainties we have are that margins are permeable and …More »

Burning with Joy

Posted by on 13th August 2018

Would you have liked it as much as I did? Would you have felt the magic wave carrying you from one experience to the next? More »

Anthea Delmotte at AfrikaBurn (Part 2 of 5)

Posted by on 1st March 2017

[What follows are extracts of a paper that was presented at the 10th National Conference of the South African Journal of Art history on the theme of “TEMPORALITY”. The conference was hosted at the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, …More »

Decompression 2015!

Posted by on 7th August 2015

Looking to reconnect, revive, share your memories of this year’s event – and make connections for next? Come along to the Decom, and get involved!More »

Burning Fiscilla

Posted by on 5th August 2015

Among the many projects that added to the diversity of this year’s event, a posse of students from CPUT (Cape University of Technology) saw a glittering fish artwork named Fiscilla, and a band stage, take shape. Here’s the lowdown from CPUT Design Project Imagineer Andrea Broom. More »

Follow The Light

Posted by on 9th June 2015

Let me clear something up once and for all, this is not a festival, it’s a temporary community and ideal we’d like one day to share with the rest of the world, which if everyone else in society followed would make for a much happier peaceful world….just saying…More »

AfrikaBurn Is A Tool

Posted by on 6th December 2014

If you can draw it, you can make it. So get out a pen and a serviette/newspaper, and draw The Thing. Photograph it and send it to your friends. You’ll find yourself down a rabbit hole in no time that you can’t reverse out of.More »

Tankwa Town 2014

Posted by on 14th April 2014

Dear lovely, furry, colourful, dusty, crazy, dancing, creative, gifting and gorgeous citizens of Tankwa Town – behold: this is your new town plan! More »

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