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Staff Members

Ania Krajewska
Tel: 012 429 6800  
Fax:
012 429 3556
E-mail: 
krajeau@unisa.ac.za
Academic qualifications

BA (FA) (Unisa)
MA (FA) (Pret) (distinction)

Ania Krajewska co-ordinates and teaches on all levels of the Multimedia degree. She is also involved in postgraduate teaching. She has participated in numerous exhibitions, both nationally and internationally, and her artworks have been acquired by the Unisa Art Gallery. Her postgraduate research was done through the University of Pretoria and explored issues of signification in contemporary cinematography. Her field of research and expertise is in the area of multimedia with a focus on video manipulation and two and three-dimensional animation.

 

Nathani Luneburg
Tel:
012 429 3656
Fax:
012 429 3556
E-mail: 
 lunebn@unisa.ac.za
Academic qualifications:
BA(FA) (Pret)
MA(FA)(Pret)
PhD(FA) (Pret) (in progress)

Nathani Lüneburg is a multimedia lecturer and a practicing artist.  She is involved with lecturing of FRM1501, VAR411, VAR412, PAT401, GAR2601 modules at Unisa. Nathani worked part time at the University of Pretoria since 2005, featured as a guest lecturer at Monash University Art & Design in Melbourne Australia 2008 as well as an arts and graphics lecturer at Independent Institute of Education 2007-2010. Her main art achievements include  2 solo exhibitions in South Africa, 1 solo exhibition in Melbourne. Nathani participated in the International Triennial of Contemporary Arts in Prague, 2008, exhibited nationally as well as Internationally. She received a merit award for Absa L’Atelier Art Awards in 2006. Her video artworks are in the collection of Monash. 

 

Andrew Smith
Tel:
012 429 6573 
Fax:
012 429 3556
E-mail: 
 smithaj@unisa.ac.za
Academic qualifications: 
BA (FA) (Pret)
MA (FA) (Pret)

Andrew James Smith is an educator in drawing, painting, and digital video-editing as well as various other new-media disciplines. He has worked as an artist for ten years and has been involved with the Visual Arts Department at the University of Pretoria since recieving his Baccalaureus Artium in Fine Arts there in 2004 and his Magister Artium in Visual Studies in 2008. Andrew's postgraduate research focused on alchemic mythologies and posthuman concerns in the field of genetic engineering, with primary focus on the posthuman homunculus