CHAINreaction, Atta Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand, 11 January–25 February 2018, the unifying chain was central to each group of work
IWA: New Zealand Makers, The Frame galleries, Munich, 7 – 13 March 2018. an NZ exhibition in Munich, during Schmuck 2018 at the Frame galleries (includes established and emerging makers)
SUPER-POSITIONS, Stanley Street Gallery, Sydney, 4 – 21 April 2018, responses to the theme of the Sydney Biennale
JEWELdisplayJEWEL, Pātaka Art + Museum, Toi Gallery, Porirua,14 September– 14 October 2018, work that is presented in a private or public setting
TE AO HURIHURI -Ever Changing World, Crypt gallery, London, 22 -28 October 2018. Selected HS3 and HS4 collaboration with Dialogue Collective during OCEANIA 2018
how do the HSrs learn about EXHIBITIONS, SPACES and PRESENTATION? see below a sample:
HS4 EXHIBITION masterclass with Tanel Veenre (Est), February 2017
Tanel Veenre’s brief was to run a workshop about EXHIBITION development in its widest context. See below some samples:
Vivien Atkinson, Katie Pascoe, Brendon Mason collaboration exhibition based around the idea of an archaeological dig.
You entered a darkened room with a torch. You then explored the show with the works being highlighted by torch light. You had to climb through the space which was partitioned into squares using string, as happens.
“Museum of Incomplete Stories” The Museum of Incomplete Stories is a space which contains pieces that had a lost history.
Each of the works shown in the Museum has a partner piece that has been lost over the course of time and been stored in the museum. All that remains is the ghost of the former presence shown by the stained tissue in the boxes in which they had been wrapped. Each item in the boxes has an associated catalog tag.
Sandra Schmid, Kylie Sinkovich & Nadine Smith, “Recherćhe” show.
A performance-based jewellery installation in an elevator in one of Wellington’s historic buildings. The performance occurred with a Franz Liszt piano solo playing in the background and had a Stanley Kubrick feel with their roleplay and voyeuristic elements.
Katie Pascoe, Caroline Thomas, “Private Lives” – viewing is through a peep-hole in the wall
selected photos of Tanel Veenre masterclass: