"Woolf, whose work has addressed South Africa’s fraught history in both her                                                                                                                                                   masters and doctoral work, began in 2004 to systematically catalogue the                                                                                                                                                 taxi hand signs she observed during her commute by car between her                                                                                                                                                        suburban home and her downtown Johannesburg studio."
​                                                                                                          Professor Pamela Allara

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PATHWAYS OF TAXI HAND SIGNS

SUSAN WOOLF
 
Elements of language, numbers and the meaning of things in the intangible are a link in  socially based often interactive art work. Woolf has exhibited in South Africa and abroad, including in Atlanta, Washington and Germany. She participated in ‘Talk to Me’ at the MoMA in New York, where a system she designed for people who are blind to read taxi hand signs, was exhibited. This was the subject of a Doctor of Philosophy at Wits (2014). Museum exhibitions in South Africa include: Museum Africa, Wits Art Museum (WAM), South African Jewish Museum (SAJJ). Museum exhibitions abroad: Klutsnic Museum in Washington, Jewish Museum in Atlanta, Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA).

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