year in review 2018 Paperturn - Page 94



Photo Dan Green
“WE ARE IN A TRANSITIONAL
MOMENT AT THE UNIVERSITY
AND ALL TRANSITIONS ARE
COMPLEX BECAUSE THE NEW
IS NOT YET THERE AND THE
OLD IS STILL ‘MOVING’. BUT
FOR ME ALL TRANSITIONS
ARE MOMENTS OF HOPE
AND POSSIBILITY. IN MY
AREA, I FEEL THAT WE ARE
MAKING PROGRESS AND
I REALLY HAVE A STRONG
SENSE OF POSSIBILITY. THIS
IS A FANTASTIC PLACE.
PEOPLE DON’T REALISE
THE EXTRAORDINARY
CONCENTRATION OF
CAPACITY PER SQUARE METRE
THAT THIS UNIVERSITY HAS.”
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR LIS
LANGE, UCT’S DEPUTY VICECHANCELLOR FOR TEACHING
AND LEARNING
The Michaelis School of Fine Art annual
collaborative public art project aimed to lay
bare the invisibility of gender-based violence.
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