Springbok Landscape I-V. Digital prints with wooden frame and found object.
950 x 400mm
Springbok Landscape I-V
‘For these prints and installations, she sought out an abandoned siding on a disused section of Railway track over the Sneeuberg. Like the toppled and stranded monuments of the USSR, the derailed locomotives she found spoke of the past state, and the role of the SAR&H in fostering white working-class job protection and an iconic sense of white nationhood.’ (David Bunn, 2007)
Bunn, D. 2007, A Sidelong Glance: Christine Dixie’s Thresholds. Corporeal Prospects catalogue. Johannesburg, Standard Bank Gallery Exhibition
Ratcliff, J.2000, Track by Christine Dixie