Role. Play

Role. Play

Vivian Lynn, Erica Sklenars, Justine Walker Curated by Siv B. Fjærestad 24 September – 17 October 2009 Enjoy Public Art Gallery Wellington, NZ All in different stages of their careers, Lynn, Walker and Sklenars‘ individual practices deal with contemporary trajectories relevant to the female experience. Collectively, they speak to a wider social conscience, responsibility, and… Continue Reading

CURRENTS at A.I.R Gallery, New York

CURRENTS at A.I.R Gallery, New York

I’m very excited to have a work selected by Barbara Zucker to be included in the this years CURRENTS exhibition at A.I.R Gallery in New York. CURRENTS: ABORTION Curated by Barbara Zucker 5 January – 4 February 2018 Opening: Sunday, January 7, 5.30 – 7.30 PM The 5th edition of CURRENTS presents an exhibition in… Continue Reading

Upcoming Show – where our bodies hit the world

Upcoming Show – where our bodies hit the world

play_station 5 – 28 October 2017 8 Egmont St To Aro, Wellington ‘where our bodies hit the world’ is an attempt to conform to a standard and being found lacking. A performance evolved to control our bodies which only undermine the regulation. Resulting in performative photographic and video work around trauma, rage and resilience. Opening 6pm… Continue Reading

Wallace Art Awards 2017

Wallace Art Awards 2017

5 September – 12 November 2017 TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre The Pah Homestead 72 Hillsborough Rd Hillsborough Auckland Very excited to be a finalist in the 26th Wallace Art Awards 2017 with my work Breathe #1 Installation Image Continue Reading

First International Show!

First International Show!

24 August – 8 September 2017 SEVENTH 155 Gurtrude St Fitzroy, Melbourne Australia New Zealand artist Justine Walker follows an interest in feminine subjectivity and identity. Drawing heavily on her own experience of the world with a particular interest in the expectations and limitations that society puts on all of us based on our gender,… Continue Reading

Essay: do undo redo

do undo redo

by Caroline McQuarrie Last year, while watching the Nick Cave documentary ‘One more time with feeling’, I was struck by a scene where Cave is talking about his wife, Susie Bick. He speaks of how much he loves her, but ends by saying she is ultimately a mystery to him, that all women are. Cave,… Continue Reading

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