Parks and recreation [8 photographs]: Survey Hamilton

Young, Stefanie A (2014) Parks and recreation [8 photographs]: Survey Hamilton. Hamilton, New Zealand, Wintec.

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Survey Hamilton started as a small cluster group of researchers (Stefanie Young, Simon Nicholls, David Cook, Mark Purdom) exploring the ideas of the urban and geographic features of Hamilton – its people, place, and position as both a key rural area and burgeoning city economy. The exhibition City Limits was an initial showing of work from this cohort. The cluster then invited new members and mediums to extend the range of Survey Hamilton’s documentation. Survey Hamilton became a collective documentary project showcasing a diverse range of work by the New Documentary cluster of Stefanie Young, Simon Nicholls, Tim Veling, David Cook, Mark Purdom, Joe Citizen, Jason Long, Luke McConnell – the group exhibited a large scale curated exhibition at the Waikato Museum from 23 August - 23 November 2014. The press release described the premise of the exhibition as: “Survey Hamilton, a multimedia exhibition about the contemporary life of our city by researchers from Wintec, Massey University and the University of Canterbury. Researchers ask what new documentary practice is and how can it be applied here in Hamilton, New Zealand? The exhibition features a range of media technologies that include photography, interactive 360° video, gaming, and sonic art. The show the show examines Hamilton’s environmental attributes, its economy and people’s sense of home”.

Item Type:Contribution to a Show/Exhibition
Keywords that describe the item:Survey, Documentary, Photography, Parks, Recreation
Subjects:T Technology > TR Photography
Divisions:Schools > School of Media Arts
ID Code:5534
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Deposited On:05 Mar 2018 23:10
Last Modified:18 Dec 2018 01:45

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