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Blood Drenched Maidens Cannibalism At Roar Gallery

Space 4

Dates: 13-23 October 2005

Location: ROAR! Gallery, Vivian Street, WGTN

Blood drenched maidens, cannibalism, adrenalin frozen and personal space are subjects explored at an exhibition by NZ’s future photography heavy weights.

space 4 will be unveiling fresh talent into the photographic world. The 10-day exhibition presents the works of four Massey photography graduates.

Rhyme or reason

Hayley Eagle explores the satirical underpinnings of classical nursery rhymes in a contemporary context. You’ll feel the tension.

The butcher’s tea party

Eve Taylor investigates the social perception of the inedible and the edible: namely flesh and meat. Eve's carefully staged photographs have a subtle black humour.

Remaining strange - public order

Thomas Neal takes a subtly humorous look into peoples’ behaviour in public spaces. He blurs the line of reality placing actors in people’s personal spaces.

The bigger picture –snowboarding culture

Charlotte Gray’s large scale mosaics get in behind the culture and lifestyle behind the publicised image of snowboarding. The closer you get the more details you see.

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