Johannesburg Steve Dyer, South African composer and musician, is a distant relative of Hugo and Emma Hahn, Rhenish missionaries who were at Otjimbingwe, centre of Herero tradition and culture, when Charles John Andersson first passed through in search of Lake Ngami with Galton in 1850. Steve and Ann have collaborated on various sound and image projects since the late 1990s. Ann in a Johannesburg bookshop in search of Charles John Andersson publications. Blood moon rising, Johannesburg, 31.1.2018 Pat Mautloa, Makgati Molebatsi, Diana Hyslop and Ann at the Bag factory Artists’ studios in Fordsburg, Johannesburg. Ann with Geoff at the Collectors’ Treasury in Johannesburg, looking at Thomas Baines ‘Birds of South Africa, with descriptions taken from the text of Charles John Andersson’s ‘Notes on ‘The birds of Damara land and the adjacent countries of South-West Africa’. Ann and Geoff at the Collectors’ Treasury in Johannesburg, with Thomas Baines ‘Birds of South Africa…’. In 1864 Baines was originally commissioned by Charles John Andersson to illustrate the latter’s “Notes on the birds of Damaraland…” before the two fell out and parted company. Andersson infamously called Baines a ‘PIG’. Ann and Geoff and Baines.