Night Swimmer

Night Swimmer by Allan Giddy

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England Expects by Allan Giddy

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julieanna preston

becoming boulder by Julieanna Preston

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Words for Water by Tracey Benson

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When I was a bouyant by Josh Wodak

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The electromagnetic sensory world of sharks

The electromagnetic sensory world of sharks by Mike Paulin

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Te Taiao

Te Taiao Maori by Dr Te Huirangi Waikerepuru

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The River Speaks

The River Speaks

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oro awa wahi wai

oro awa waha wai

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River Resonations

The black box created by the artist was able to detect GPS located voices, which were variably received.

On Sunday February 8th, Trudy Lane led a project in Tupare Gardens whereby voices were located in the landscape, reflecting on the many different relationships people have to the Waiwhakaiho river.

Participants held the boxes and located the voices connected to certain locations in the gardens.


A wide range of perspectives on the Waiwhakaiho River were folded into the project.

Ngā mihi nui / a huge thanks to: Dr Te Huirangi Waikerepuru, Glen Skipper, Vince Neall, Renate Verbrugge, Gary Bedford, Mary Matthews, Greg Skipper, Tom Phillips, Wayne Peters, Craig Knowles, Keith and Eve Rowlands, Myree Dravitzki, Jim Tucker, David Lean, Jason Matthews, Wayne Arthur, Jarred Hancox. Thanks to: Ian Clothier, Kura Puke, Sharmila Samant, Anand Rose, Tom Phillips, Charlotte Šunde, Alys Longley, Laurence Šunde and Deon Roodt.