Role. Play

Role. Play

All in different stages of their careers, Lynn, Walker and Sklenars’ individual practices deal with contemporary trajectories relevant to the female experience. Collectively, they speak to a wider social conscience, responsibility, and identity within New Zealand society.

Wallace Art Awards

Wallace Art Awards 2018

So delighted to have a work included in the Wallace Art Awards show at Pah Homestead in Auckland. Wallace Art Awards 3 September – 4 November 2018 Pah Homestead Auckland Photo by Hugh Chesterman.

Upcoming Show – where our bodies hit the world

play_station 5 – 28 October 2017 8 Egmont St To Aro, Wellington ‘where our bodies hit the world’ is an attempt to conform to a standard and being found lacking. A performance evolved to control our bodies which only undermine the regulation. Resulting in performative photographic and video work around trauma, rage and resilience. Opening 6pm …

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Wallace Art Awards 2017

5 September – 12 November 2017 TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre The Pah Homestead 72 Hillsborough Rd Hillsborough Auckland Very excited to be a finalist in the 26th Wallace Art Awards 2017 with my work Breathe #1 Above image – ‘Breathe #1’, 2.5 sec exposure, on Ilford photorag paper, 60 x 51 cm, 2017 Installation Image