Dying Needles exhibited in 'Shift' at the Wallace Gallery

Purdom, Mark (2018) Dying Needles exhibited in 'Shift' at the Wallace Gallery. Morrinsville, New Zealand, Wallace Gallery.

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Artists in the Waikato and the Chinese city Chengdu create a major new exhibition of modern art. Hosted by the Wallace Gallery in Morrinsville and titled Shift, the exhibition will feature the work of 11 artists affiliated with Wintec's School of Media Arts and seven from the Blue Roof Art Museum in Chengdu. Curated by Wallace Gallery's Eliza Webster and Ding Fenqi from the Blue Roof Museum. The artists taking part include Tim Croucher, Gareth Williams, Mark Purdom, Xavier Meade, Geoffrey Clarke, Paul Nelson, Stef Young, Tony Nicholls, Dan Inglis, Tracey Stockley-Smith, Jeremy Mayall and Kent Macpherson. The Chinese artists include Tong Wenmin, Zhou Bin, Wang Yangxin, He Liping, Pu Ynun, Qiu Wenqing and Zhang Jin. Shift deals with themes of place and space and the way these concepts can be altered with a simple change in direction, position or tendency. The artists were each in their own way exploring these ideas with works that engaged the senses by utilising sight, sound and movement. Mark Purdom's work Dying Needles is part of a documentary study of clear felling forestry strategies in the upper North Island, New Zealand.

Item Type:Contribution to a Show/Exhibition
Keywords that describe the item:Wintec School of Media Arts, Blue Roof Museum, China, photography, Mark Purdom, landscape photography, typology study, clear felling, New Zealand, Aotearoa,
Subjects:N Fine Arts > N Visual arts (General) For photography, see TR
N Fine Arts > NE Print media
T Technology > TR Photography
Divisions:Schools > School of Media Arts
ID Code:6626
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Deposited On:13 Dec 2018 04:36
Last Modified:13 Dec 2018 04:38

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