Justine

Love Letters

Love Letters

‘Love Letters’ consists of a child size pair of semaphore flags. With the potential to ask the question, if you know how to use them, but with no promise the question will be received or understood. Would you understand a response? (if there is one)

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Breathe

Breathe

We’ve all had those moments where time slows down, you feel like you’re moving through quick sand and wonder when you’re going to wake up. These are the trauma inducing moments, all you can do is breathe through them. Only to discover that life has changed on the other side.

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Upcoming show M/other

Upcoming show – M/other

20 April – 7 August 2019
Whakatane Museum and Arts
Opening: 11 am Saturday 20 April 2019.
What do you think of when you hear the word ‘mother’? This question has occupied the minds of 11 artists from around the country, who have been brought together to critically discuss an inclusive interpretation of motherhood, mothering and maternal roles.

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CURRNTS:ABORTION

CURRENTS:ABORTION

In this turbulent moment in history, abortion remains a signifier of people’s ownership over their bodies, being as urgent a subject as any of the issues that now consume us.

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Screw Up

Screw Up

‘Screw Up’ is about the regulation and resulting judgment placed on the female body. The trauma this causes, the scars it can leave and the resilience needed to continue.

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Frustrated Performance/ Frustrated Body

This is an attempt to conform to a standard and found lacking. A performance evolved to control a body which only undermines the regulation. Layering the frustration, the performance never ends, the body fails to deliver and they never meet in the middle.

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Role. Play

Role. Play

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 identity within New Zealand society.

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