The Visitor and the Tusk (detail)
Durational performance by the artist, timber, fabric, steel, jesmonite and paint
Archaeology. An infinite commonality is buried in our internal 89 spaces; deeply known feelings and images reside under the land-
scapes of myth, dreaming and our attitude towards ‘the other’.
Seduction and horror. What is inside and what is outside?
The animal. What does it mean to be wild? Which spaces, inner and outer does wilderness manifest? What is ‘the call of the wild’, and whose voice does the wilderness call in?
Supported by: Creative New Zealand
BA, Media Art, Wintec, Hamilton, New Zealand., 1999
Theatre Designer, St Paul's Girls School, Brook Green, London, 2006- 10
Give me Strength in my Heart, Copenhagen Place, London, 2011; Bittersweet/Thunderspace, Hamni Gallery, London, 2011; With Titanic to the Moon, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Heidelberg, Germany, 2011; pingpingping (solo exhibition), Seventeen Gallery, London, 2009
Funding Grant, Fine Arts, Creative New Zealand, 2011-12; Arts Residency, July-October, Cite des Arts, rue de l'Hôtel de Ville, Paris, France, 2011