Christine Dixie's work is concerned with landscape. However, it is also interested in the relationship between vision, surveillance, and trauma. Instead of the azure distances and aerial perspective we find in topographical illustration, her printmaking offers a different view of gendered, threshold spaces. (David Bunn, 1998)
Walters, J and Schmahmann, B. 2008. Against the Picturesque: Christine Dixie’s Bloodspoor. Johannesburg: De Arte 77, 2008.