Grafen

An exhibition by staff of the Department of Visual Arts, Stellenbosch University

Opening Friday 6 March 2015
18h00 for 18h30
with guest speaker, Prof Shaun Viljoen (Department of English)

grave, graf, graff, grab, grêf, grav, gröf, grafa, graph, grav, grāv, gräv,greɪv, gravis, græf; ghrebh, grā′vən, graven, grafen, grafan, grabą, grabō

carve, engrave, etch, incise, fix, impress, imprint, inscribe, stamp, fix permanently
solemn, sedate, somber, sober, impress, dangerous, serious, severe, grievous, dignified, heavy, slow, serious, important, significant, critical, pressing, threatening, dangerous, vital, crucial, acute, severe, urgent, hazardous, momentous, perilous, weighty, leaden

dig, excavate, burial, death, extinction, catacomb, cinerarium, crypt, mausoleum, ossuary, sepulcher, sepulture, tomb, vault, pit

loss of memory, self-imposed silence, unmindfulness, unknowing, forgetfulness, loss of knowledge, entanglements, catastrophes, repressive, prescriptive

kerf, graveer, ets, inkerf,  afdruk, graveer, stempel, besadigde, somber, ernstig, swaar, waardig, stadig, beduidende, druk, dreigend, ernstige, dringende, gevaarlike, belangrike, gewigtige, drukkend

grawe, uitgrawe, begrafnis, dood, uitwissing, katakombe, grafkelder, mausoleum, knekelhuisje, graf, sepulture, kluis, put

verlies, vergeet, selfopgelegde stilte, onbekende, verlies van kennis, verstrengeling, katastrofes, onderdrukkend

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