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Exhibition: space4

PRESS RELEASE

WHAT: “space4”
Photographic works by Charlotte Gray, Hayley Eagle, Thomas Neal and Eve Taylor

WHERE: ROAR! gallery 22 VIVIAN STREET, WELLINGTON

WHEN: Exhibition Preview-Thursday 13th October 2005; 5-7pm
Duration of the exhibition: 13th-22nd October 2005


Charlotte Gray
“The Bigger Picture – An Insight into Snowboarding Culture”
Charlotte’s large scale mosaics represent the culture and lifestyle behind the publicised image of snowboarding. The closer you get the more details you see; you begin to truly understand the bigger picture.

Hayley Eagle
“Rhyme and Reason – A Reconsideration of Classical Nursery Rhymes in a Contemporary Context”
Hayley uses nursery rhymes as a vehicle to compare, contrast, parallel and reconsider past and present social circumstances.

Thomas Neal
“Remaining Strange – Public Order”
Thomas takes a subtly humorous look into people’s behaviour in public spaces. He explores our performance of ‘civil in-attention’ and blurs the line between reality and acting.

Eve Taylor
“The Butcher’s Tea Party – Refining Barbarity”
Eve takes a figurative look at the transformation of flesh from the inedible to the edible.

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