In this installation Lolette Smith, visual arts educator, junior lecturer and South African Sign Language interpreter, creates awareness of the existing elements of culture-bound languages within society.

  • 26 July 2011 - 20 August 2011
  • Media Gallery

By tying together language codes and by making the invisible, visible Lolette Smith enriches our understanding of communication. Visual language used by the Deaf is a meaningful spatial language, which conforms to all the syntactical, grammatical and morphological features of any spoken, verbal language.


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