MOMENTS AND ETERNITY
EXHIBITION IN CHINA AT THE PING YAO INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL
JBT©20110920-088 Pingyao International Photography Festival
JBT©20110919-203_Pingyao Int Photo Festival - hotel plus
JBT©20110918-111_Pingyao Int Photo Festival - preparations
My work Dying to Know has just been in a group exhibition Moments and Eternity- a New Zealand View in China at Ping Yao International Photo Festival. It was curated by John Turner bringing together six New Zealand photographers. I was in the good company of Geoffrey H. Short, Wayne Wilson Wong, Jan Young, Robyn Hoonhout, and Peter Evans. There were 1000's of visitors to the exhibition and John explained about 15% of visitors had a really good look at the work. Thanks to John for the images.
ONLINE ART ZINE DRUNKEN BOAT
Profiles "Personal Taste" 2011
ART NEW ZEALAND SUMMER ISSUE
Joanne Drayton's mid career review of my work is due to come out the in the next Art New Zealand issue.
UPCOMING FILM SCREENINGS
Kirsty MacDonalds film Assume Nothing which features my work, has been invited back to DOK Leipzig 54th International Leipzig Festival in Germany. It will screen as part of a selection of the best documentaries using animation.
21 Oct 22:30 Cinema Filmeck
22 Oct 22:00 Cinema Universum
Assume Nothing screening in PrideWA Queer Film Festival in Perth, Western Australia.
Saturday 29th October, 4pm.