This was my entry to the 2011 Footlocker Art Prize, the World’s Richest Colouring Competition. Choosing the Converse Hi-Tops from the selection of 8 sneaker templates, I went on to consider the notion of the shoe and what they conceal or reveal. 297mm x 210mm graphite on paper http://footlockerartprize.com/Read more "Footlocker Art Prize"
A photographic based work entered in the 2010 Kodak Salon Awards. I wanted to push the notions of contemporary photography away from high-end production and investigate the materials and effects of integrating photographs with mixed media installation. Fish Still Alive is a work that speaks to the current climate events of BP oil-well disaster and […]Read more "Kodak Salon at CCP"
Choice was a show held in Melbourne over June 2010, at c3 gallery, Abbotsford. Facilitated by our NZ contingent here – Pippa Makgill, Stacey Turner and Albert Chan and included over 20 artists from New Zealand practising locally and internationally. My work in this show was called; the poison and the antidote – and looks […]Read more "Choice Group Show"
This collaboration (between myself and Pippa Makgill) began by making and leaving behind for the cleaner two happy little paper hats from greasy brown paper bags at a standard haunt; a globally domineering hamburger chain. Pippa and Anna have a tendency towards unsustainably cheap local or imported materials. In this debut collaboration they work responsively […]Read more "Envirotten"
The concept of making artworks for a group show in a community gallery, with the constraints of up to three 100mm, 200mm, or 300mm square sized 2D works presented me with a challenge- was there a way I could use these limitations in a conceptual way that would be relative to the domestic space where […]Read more "Duck! Artwork"
Annual Report – Graduate Show for final year; Elam School of Fine Arts Annual Report was an inter media installation highlighting the links between global powers and environmental issues.Read more "Annual Report"
As a collaborative project, to participate in Aperitif exhibition at George Fraser gallery, we created a series of 187 screen printed posters with just three graphic elements, and four colours. Group: Betty, Flora, Yvonne, Claudia, Nell, AnnaRead more "Aperitif"