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Rāhoroi - (Sat) 30th Sept, 12-1pm

P-LAB: Rosie Whinray Exhibition Artist Talk

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ARTIST TALK POSTPONED UNTIL SAT 30 SEP 12PM

Flotsam and Jetsam: Pattern Recognition, Finding, and Omens

Artist / Wizard Rosie Whinray will host an interactive talk surrounding her Pyramid Exhibition, Flotsam and Jetsam: Beach-Combing Field Notes. Rosie's talk will focus on the topic of 'ways of looking'.

Rosie will share ideas about the practice of finding, and how it relates to other forms of pattern recognition and storytelling, such as Tarot and omen interpretation. We will discuss 'getting your eye in': techniques and practices of immersive close attention that enliven and deepen personal relationship to place.

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More about Rosie's exhibition

Rosie's website


Special thanks to Creative New Zealand for supporting Pyramid Club's programme.

 

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A black and white photo of Rosie Whinray. She walks carefully, one foot at a time along the rocks of a stoney beach. There is a hill cascading down into the sea on the right, off into the distance. The photo is likely taken along the south coast in Wellington, where Rosie collected much of the material for her Pyramid Club exhibition. It is a bright day with few, small clouds.
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