With artists Anne-Sophie Adelys, Anton Parsons, Andrew Hall, Bernie Harfleet, Chiara Corbelletto, David McCracken, Donna Sarten, Elliot Collins, Evan Woodruffe, Flox, Gabby O’Connor, Giles Smith, Jeff Thomson, Jermaine Reihana, John Edgar, Judy Darragh, Katie Smith, Kathryn Tsui, Kairava Gullatz, Kevin Osmond, Mandy Patmore, Martin Selman, Nate Savill, Pacifica Mamas, Peter Lange, Peata Larkin, Ruth Woodbury, Stephen Woodward and Tony Brown.
My role at Corban Estate was often about making art more accessible and for the exhibition I selected this graph paper collage. It reflects my interest in the inclusive status that collage and quilt making can share, they are both generally made with everyday materials and methods.
Calder & Lawson Gallery, Academy of Performing Arts, University of Waikato.
Featuring works by Jude Broughan, Judy Darragh, Max Gimblett, Kerry Ann Lee, Saffron Te Ratana, Campbell Smith, Jill Sorensen, Kathryn Tsui, Paul van den Bergh, and Sarah Williams.
Subsets draws upon the University of Waikato Art Collection to present pieces that have multiple conversing elements, and also make visual connections to ‘talk’ with other sets or pairs within the exhibition.
Sneak preview of new work for Art Week’s LOOK window project on K-Rd. Check out the K Road Business Association which ‘tent collective’ are taking over as part of Artweek Auckland 26 October – 4 November 2012.
Artists in the ‘tent collective’ include Stephanie Chung, Lydia Elliot, Niki Hastings-McFall, Marlaina Key, Janet Lilo, Desna Whaanga-Schollum and Kathryn Tsui.
Glitter Puddles – Papakura: site specific glitter interventions of puddles in the Papakura Art Gallery area; 25/08/2012. A new series for LAND/SCAPE curated by Tracey Williams at Papakura Art Gallery until 6 October 2012.
Artists: Wayne Barrar | Nigel Borell | Joyce Campbell | Shane Cotton | Catherine Fookes | Leilani Heather | Lia Kent Mackillop | Robert Illes | Saskia Leek | Andy Leleisi’uao | Johanna Pegler | John Pule | Haruhiko Sameshima | Talia Smith | Taarati Taiaroa | Shannon Te Ao | Ane Tonga | Sue Treanor | Kathryn Tsui | Barbara Tuck | Sally Waanders | John Walsh | Celia Wilson.