79 pp., oblong 4to., maps, illus., hardback, d.w., Second Edition, Göttingen, (1989) 2013
Originally published to accompany a travelling exhibition which opened at Aperture's Burden Gallery, New York, 1989.
"The Transported" documents the plight of a group of black workers who, at 2:40 every morning, began their bus journey from KwaNdebele, one of the "homelands" in apartheid South Africa, to their jobs in Pretoria, often only arriving home after 22:00. The photographs were taken in the mid 1980s.
Introduction by David Goldblatt. Includes a series of statements based on interviews with five bus drivers by Brenda Goldblatt, in which they speak of life on the buses and in KwaNdebele. Includes the essay, "The Bus Stop Republic" by South African journalist Philip van Niekerk.