Presenting new work and a bolder install of my MFA grad show in my home town of Whangarei was an exciting opportunity. I developed two new video works and created larger scale textile pieces in response to the new space.
The work was at Geoff Wilson Gallery, opening 5th August 2020, and ran between 6th August – 4th September 2020.
Golden Oyster, Anomia trigonopsis 51-83 mm. The golden oyster is an irregular, oval shell with different valves. The convex upper … More
We were in the back garden and I was helping to bring in the washing, I thought Nana was always … More
I used to find dead insects in your pockets I used to find dead insects in your pockets functions as … More
I am beginning to feel like this is quite a responsibility, mum. True Maidenhair fern, Adiantum aethiopcium. “Rhizome thin, wiry, … More
Perspectives: Negotiating the Archive 1 SUE BREAKELL, a Tate paper. During a recent crit session with my supervisors it was … More
Notes on Chantal Mouffe’s Agonism and Public Space, from 2007. Defining the terms we consider, Mouffe describes different modes of … More
Intimacy and sharing. To consider other ways of speaking, to tell stories, I have been looking at Janet Cardiff, her … More
Exhibition and Audience Who is my audience? Where do they find my work? Thinking through this theme and reflecting on … More
If you missed the radio show or would like to listen again, you can access the performance here: I say … More