Year 2 Batchelor of Visual Arts + Design pop-up exhibition 2014.
Thanks to everyone who supported us in our end of year exhibition and to all my fellow students who made this year so exciting and successful. And to all those unseen friends and family who support us all year but never get the recognition, Thanks!
I’m sure I’ve mentioened this before but apologies to my friends who follow my worthless blog, I haven’t been a very good poster of interesting Happenings so here is a small recap of the last project.
Exhibition Methodology drew together everything we had done over the past ten months or so, from putting together an artist statement to choosing a piece/s of work to exhibit. As well as launching the exhibition from start to finish our group, level 6, BVAD, had to work together in small teams to complete tasks in an assigned area. So for me that meant being in the student do-management team with input to the catering, hosting, sponsorship and digital recording teams, fun!
The main thing I learned was how well everyone worked together and that was confirmed by how successful the outcome was, it was a fantastic exhibition.
Unfortunately I didn’t take as many photos as I wanted, the opening night was hectic and we were only open for a few days, but the following are just a sampling of the amazingly talented people I get to work alongside.
Gabbie Milne-Rodrigues, Pathological plastic OBJECTS, 2014. Static Performance. Materials retrieved by the artist from the Marine Parade foreshore, Napier, New Zealand.
Vicky Reisima. ‘Tales of The Bodhi’ Series’, 2014. Mixed Media.
Otago Lambert, Untitled, 2014. Paper, bones, wood, charcoal.
Harley Poultney, ‘The Man Who Left His Studio’, 2014. Mixed media.
Chloe Reid, ‘Imprint’, 2014. Ink on transparency projection, overhead projector.
Mary Sullivan ‘WW2′, 2014. Acrylic on unstressed canvas, clips.
Leanne Morrison ‘Quantum’, 2014. Acrylic and oil on canvas (Margaret Utumapu).