Unmiss-A-Bull

Nigel came across this splendid bull sculpture in a field by the road when he was in the South Catlins on a work trip recently. The bull is life-size or bigger and constructed in Corten steel. In a conversation with the owners Nigel found the bull provides more than just artistic interest in a farm... Continue Reading →

Albany Street Kiora Peace Garden

Last Friday I was waiting for a lift on Albany Street Dunedin and found I was outside the  community garden- built 2017. This was a waste-land lot for many years and yet right opposite University of Otago Library.  It seems to be mainly recycled and upcycled things timber and concrete, there is a basic gravel turf... Continue Reading →

‘New Perspectives on Landscape’ II

This post is part two of an overview of five contemporary NZ landscape artists, who provided works for 'New Perspectives on Landscape' which has been touring the South Island, culminating in a show at eastern southland gallery Fiona Van Oyen Hannah Joynt  (link to Hannah's pastels webpage) Sue Pearce Miranda Joseph Robyn Bardas Each artist challenges... Continue Reading →

The Wolf at the end of the Universe

In lowest Princes Street Dunedin lies the Wolf at the Door, a refuge from monoculture, respite from Late-Capitalism and communal hub. Great coffee and the best scrambled eggs in the Universe. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE   This area bounded by Stafford, Jetty and Hope streets and centred on The Wolf is liminal, a... Continue Reading →

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