“I have a fascination for maps and the ways that the shapes and patterns in landscapes and landforms are perceived and represented. I’m interested in the transitory human imprint, the nets of lines that have been etched into or superimposed onto the shifting crust of Earth. This installation/exhibition shows some of the recent explorations that I’ve been conducting into this subject.” - Treefrog ‘David’ Sanders
Born in the UK in 1962, Treefrog ‘David’ Sanders is a musician and artist with a peculiar interest in the piano and creative investigations into psychogeography and fluid dynamics. Since 2009, David has exhibited works at venues including the NZ Academy of Arts, Thistle Hall and Ron Barber Gallery. David has also been a member of the Bayview Shelley Bay Arts Collective and the music theatre group, Amalgam. Solo painting shows include Demolition Series (2009), Surface Tension (2013) and Strange Attractors (2017). David lives and works in Wellington, NZ.
NOTE: WE ARE CURRENTLY OPERATING UNDER CURRENT COVID19 LEVEL 2 RESTRICTIONS WHICH REQUIRE SOCIAL DISTANCING AND LIMITED NUMBERS
Many thanks to Creative NZ for supporting Pyramid Club's programme
Also on this site, a fantastic essay by Treefrog. "Outside Looking In – A Psychogeography of West Somerset"