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SCAPE Artist Talk

SCAPE Artist Talk

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SCAPE Artist talk: Mischa Kuball
Thursday 23 August, 6.00, DL Lecture Theatre (access via D Block Quad), CPIT, Christchurch

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Join SCAPE Artist Mischa Kuball for a rare opportunity to hear a pioneer in the artistic use of light discuss his previous work, current practice and the potential for light artworks in Christchurch. Mischa has been commissioned to create a new work for SCAPE 7 2013.

For more than twenty years, German artist Mischa Kuball has been working conceptually and artistically with artificial light. Often strikingly simple in their expression, Kuball's works captivate and communicate across space, connecting everything they touch.
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Goethe Institut | CPIT | ignition

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Sponsors: Anderson Lloyd, The Arts Centre, Asia NZ, Blueprint, Boffa Miskell, Canterbury Community Trust, Carter Group, Chambers PR Chartwell, CPIT, CPIT Foundation, Ernst & Young, Fletcher Construction, Goethe-Institut Wellington, Grant Thornton, Heritage Management Services, Holiday Inn, John Jones Steel, Mainland Foundation, Melray Electric Limited, Mondriaan Foundation, New Zealand Guardian Trust as Trustees of Cranleigh Harper Barton Cultural Trust, New Zealand Steel, N-Steel, Pegasus Engineering, Perpetual Trust, Portabuild Limited, Pub Charity, The Shannon Company, Shipleys Audiovisual, Signtech, Solid Energy, Southern Trust, Sustainable Initiative Fund Trust (SIFT), Vbase, Warren & Mahoney, Wrightmann Collection.
Support Sponsors: Accessman, Adam Art Gallery, Alice in Videoland, Air New Zealand, Aotea Electric Canterbury Ltd, ARTSPACE (NZ), Artspace Sydney, Carter Holt Harvey Packaging, Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu, Christ Church Cathedral, Elam School of Fine Arts, National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries, The University of Auckland, Fahey Fence Hire, Hallensteins, Fletcher Reinforcing, Historic Places Trust, iSite, Lyttelton Port of Christchurch, MAINZ, Museum of New Zealand - Te Papa Tongarewa, Ngai Tahu Property, OLT Properties, Pernod Ricard, The Physics Room, VFL Finance Ltd, Wilson Parking, Website Results.

SCAPE Patrons Circle Members: Errol & Jennifer Clark, Rob Gardiner, Sue Gardiner, Dame Jennifer Gibbs, Dayle & Chris Mace, Adrienne, Lady Stewart, Sir Miles Warren.
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