Anything Can Happen - Sculpture on the Gulf 2024 Announced SOTG curators Robert Leonard and Brett Graham say, “We wanted to make an exhibition that might surprise audiences familiar with Sculpture on the Gulf from previous years. That’s why we gave it the title Anything Can Happen.
“While the full artist lineup is under development, preliminary artists confirmed to participate in Sculpture on the Gulf include a diverse range of approaches and perspectives to ensure an immersive and engaging experience for all visitors.”
From large-scale sculptural installations that explore indigenous histories, politics, and philosophies of Brett Graham (Ngāti Koroki Kahukura, Tainui) to Eddie Clemens exploring the intersections of film, photography, and performance. Natalie Guy is a sculptor who explores the legacy of mid-century modernism through her work.
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Otago Daily Times - The Pool 7 October 2019
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