is a group exhibition that utilises photography, moving image, poetry, sound and virtual space. It builds on the artists’ experience and observation of phenomena in relation to maritime surveying, sampling, and resource exploitation. It also considers the difference between day-to-day realities and expectations of maritime space and the versions we create through simulation, imagining and technologies – playing at the edges of science and ‘the real’ as we conventionally expect them to be.
Featuring work by Wayne Barrar, Mizuho Nishioka, Tane Moleta and Kerry Hines.
Forrester Gallery, Oamaru – 30 October 2021 to 7 February 2022.