The South African Post Office emailed Susan the following link as they are absolutely thrilled to bits to see South Africa on the list!
This article was on page 39 of the magazine. To read it, please download the attachment.
This downloadable attachment contains information on the Taxi Hand Sign Book for the Blind Launch, which took place at Museum Africa, 15h30, on 30 September 2009.
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EXHIBITION: Jacob’s Ladder - Susan Woolf’s new solo exhibition, Jacob’s Ladder, is likely to get a few people a little hot under the collar. It is both political and contentious and Woolf has done little to skirt around the big issues, challenging her audience to question their own values while examining each of the sculptures, writes Annette Bayne
The best way to get from point A to point B? Get to a pavement and stick a finger in the air.
Millions of South Africans who are taxi commuters know this tool of communication only too well.
But Sandton-based artist Susan Woolf didn't have a clue and that's why about two-and-a-half years ago she decided to get to the bottom of the meaning and origins behind taxi signs and signals.
Armed with an open mind and often also with chocolate cake, Woolf got to know taxi association bosses in the city.