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    • Collage of SCAPE8 projects and curator Rob Garrett
    • Nathan Pohio, Raise the anchor, unfurl the sails, set course to the centre of an ever setting sun! (2015)
    • Opening ceremony of documenta 14 at EMST, Athens, with curator Adam Szymczyk speaking & Nathan Pohio work
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Scape 8: New Intimacies

Public Art Christchurch Biennial

SCAPE 8 New Intimacies (October 3-November 15, 2015) ARTISTS: Nathan Pohio (NZ), Pauline Rhodes (NZ), Hannah Kidd (NZ), Fiona Jack (NZ), Judy Millar (NZ/DE), Peter Atkins (AU), Antony Gormley (UK) + #ThatTimeYouHelped (public PARTICIPATION project). Curator's essay: New Intimacies in a water city Dark matter now… Read more
    • Contemporary Visual Art & Culture Broadsheet 39.3, 2010, title page
    • Hector Zamora proposal for 6th SCAPE Biennial 2010
    • Joanna Langford, The High Country concept image, SCAPE Biennial 2010
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SCAPE 2010 Preview

Awakening a pedestrian citizenry

SCAPE 2010 Public Art Walkway raises questions about living and walking in the inner city and the ways festivals of temporary public art engage with the city as a given situation. Framing a biennial as a walk of art is logical in a city such as… Read more
    • Carmela Gross, Real People / Are Dangerous (2008), Colombo Street overbridge, commissioned for SCAPE 2008, photo by Rob Garrett
    • Jen Berean and Pat Foster, Old Thoughts and New Ideas; Propositions for Public Sculpture (2008), Christchurch Art Gallery, commissioned for SCAPE 2008, photo by Rob Garrett
    • Elmgreen & Dragset, I’m Thinking of You (2008), Norwich Quay, Lyttelton, commissioned for SCAPE 2008; photo by Rob Garrett
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Crash landings

SCAPE 2008 Christchurch Biennial

From crash landings to dangerous prohibitions: Rob Garrett reviews SCAPE 2008 Christchurch Biennial of Art in Public Space, 19 September-2 November 2008.   Fulya Erdemci and Danae Mossman’s Wandering Lines is the most coherent and interesting SCAPE biennial of art in public space in Christchurch… Read more

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