The Waiapu River mouth is the subject of large vertical panoramic photographs and detailed video images in Natalie Robertson's new exhibition.
In a nutshell:
Deforestation and decay / Startling images / Photography and video in conversation
Large vertical panoramic black and white photographs of an expanse of driftwood at the Waiapu River mouth taken twenty years ago (1996) reflect upon the environmental impacts of deforestation. These are positioned ‘in conversation’ with detailed video images of the surface of the river after rain, with drifting branches passing through the current.
Image credit: Pohautea, Te Tai Rawhiti. 1996/2015. Natalie Robertson.
Saturday 6 February to Saturday 12 March
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
Saturday, 10am to 2pm