Volume 2: Richard Maloy / Jeena Shin / Koki Tanaka / Meredith Johnson / Jim Allen / Campbell Patterson / Dave / Alicia Frankovich / Cao Fei / Liz Maw
Volume 2 is the second in a series of occasional publications that document and extend the programme of Artspace New Zealand. This collection of essays and page art relates to the programme presented during the directorship of Emma Bugden (2009-2011).
Volume 2 includes writing by Janine Randerson on Jeena Shin’s Artspace Stairwell Project; Meredith Johnson (Creative Time, NYC) on public art practice; Tahi Moore on Jim Allen’s Contact 2011; a re-printing of Guy von Sturmer’s 1976 essay on Jim Allen’s Contact performance trilogy; Jim Barr and Mary Barr on Campbell Patterson’s videos Holding My Mother For As Long As I Can; Ellen Blumenstein interviewing Alicia Frankovich; and Kristin Wineera interviewing Liz Maw.
This publication also features documentation of Jeena Shin’s Artspace Stairwell Project (2009–2011), Alicia Frankovich’s A Plane for Behavers (2009) and Jim Allen’s Contact 2011, and page art by Richard Maloy, Koki Tanaka, Cao Fei, and Dave, an inmate from Paremoremo prison and participant in Daniel Knorr’s Block project.
Volume 2 was produced with generous support by ASB Community Trust and Creative New Zealand.
Edited by Emma Bugden and Gwynneth Porter
Designed by Warren Olds
With texts by: Janine Randerson, Meredith Johnson, Tahi Moore, Guy von Strurmer, Jim and Mary Barr, and Interviews by Ellen Blumenstein and Kristin Wineera.
Published by Artspace and Clouds
Distributed by Clouds in Australia & New Zealand
224 colour and 8 black-and-white images
NZ $40 ($35 for members)
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