ONE DAY SCULPTURE TALK
Saturday 18 October, 11am-12midday
City Gallery Auditorium
Join artist Amy Howden-Chapman, Dugal McKinnon, Senior Lecturer, Sonic Arts and Composition at Victoria University and Heather Galbraith, Senior Curator / Manager Curatorial Programmes at City Gallery for a discussion about the One Day Sculpture project The Flood, My Chanting, commissioned by City Gallery Wellington. On Thursday 9 October Howden-Chapman created a temporary circuit of bells corrsponding to the part of Wellington which is on reclaimed land, and therefore most under threat from future flooding. The project also looked back to the tradition of ringing church bells to raise alarm in times of danger.
The Flood, My Chanting was part of One Day Sculpture, a nation-wide series of temporary public artworks. A Massey University College of Creative Arts, School of Fine Arts, Litmus Research initiative.
Official Website: http://www.citygallery.org.nz/mainsite/one-day-sculpture-project.html
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