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A fire that blackened the rocks considers how forms of knowledge reside between the land, the sea and lakes and the sky. 

Conor Clarke, Eleanor Cooper and Kate Te Ao seek out ways to articulate what is, at times, imperceptible and unknowable about these places and histories.

 

A partnership exhibition with Blue Oyster and The Physics Room.

Image: Conor Clarke, research image from the project Night Writing (2024), made in collaboration with Ted Howard (Hutton's Shearwater Charitable Trust). Courtesy the artist, Two Rooms and Jonathan Smart Gallery.

Supported by Creative NZ

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03 August 2024 to 19 September 2024

Recurring daily

Starting: 02:00 PM

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Venue

Te Atamira

Physical Address

Remarkables Park, 12 Hawthorne Drive

Queenstown, 9300

More Info

  • Price Info: Free
  • Suitable for Groups? YES
  • Group Reservation Email: hello@teatamira.nz

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