Process – Toi Poneke

Process – Toi Poneke

Participants had between 2 and 4 days (depending on where in the country they were travelling from) to respond to installation artist Gabby O’Conner’s exhibition design/challenge. Drop sheets with grids drawn on them (symbolising the canvas of our...
Hitting the books

Hitting the books

  So much spinning around with the final HS4 fast approaching. It is time to revert to the trusted workbook approach. It is a discipline I have let go for too long. However, getting back into it, is meditative and constructive at the same time. It is as much of...
Grid-lines – Process at Toi Poneke

Grid-lines – Process at Toi Poneke

Gabby O’Connor worked with us wholeheartedly for our install at Toi Poneke.   The Grid-lined drop sheet  installation challenged the conventional wall plinth gallery display.  Hand drawn with crayons, the grid lines resembled a page in a workbook.  These were...
Polarities

Polarities

The magic in life’s about polarities- without light there’s no shadow. I’ve been thinking about our up-coming show Polarity and the kind of work I want to make given the nature of the space, the installation plan and the title of the group show. The...
Extincted

Extincted

On Saturday night, Dave and I went to this show. Dave had seen a poster and we knew we both admired the artist’s work, having seen it adorn the streets of Wellington since we first moved here in 2007. Being the middle-class, middle-aged sticklers for promptness...
Love – Passion – Jewellery

Love – Passion – Jewellery

A Week of Indulgence “Unpacking the Language of Things” 12/13 April 2018 organised by Sian van Dyk, Curator at The Dowse, Lower Hutt “NO FILTER” 9 – 15 April 2018 organised by Occupational Artists, Wellington On the world scale of events it would be a...

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