This exhibition, curated by Pippa Skotnes and Petro Keene (Iziko South African Museum – Social History), drew on Iziko’s collections of copies of rock art with a central theme of translation. The exhibition explored ways in which translations from the landscape have been made and in so doing placed images of rock art in the context of other forms of translation. All rock art copies are seen as acts of translation, primarily translating the ‘unboundedness’ of the paintings as they exist in the landscape into the framed image of the copy. This accompanying catalogue containing images from the exhibition and essays by many of the contributors.