Tuesday, 15 July 2014
Sunday, 1 June 2014
Katharina Roters explores the one aspect of the Magyar Kocka that could be individualized: the ornamental decorations on their facades. Roters strips the houses she photographs of all surplus details, clearing out fences, railings, antennas, road signs, power lines, and the like, which enables the viewer to focus on the ornaments—and to see how they offered a rare opportunity for individualism and even protest under the conformity of the communist system.
Sunday, 23 March 2014
Wednesday, 19 March 2014
"As one of the fourteen frontages it echoed the existing architecture, occupied the space and denied entry within. The work literally changed the way people negotiated the gallery by instructing them to enter through the back, past the store room and office."
Fiona Conner : Something Transparent (please go round the back)
Installation at Michael Lett Gallery, Auckland NZ; 15 April – 16 May 2009