Kate Belton is an artist based in Ōtautahi/Christchurch whose moving image practice is closely informed by local histories dating from colonisation to the recent reconstruction of the city after the 2011 earthquakes. Originally practicing in sculpture, she has worked in moving image since the 2010s, showing both in cinema and gallery contexts, sometimes in conversation with sculptural elements.
A concept trailer for a longer work. A farmer’s dystopian battle against an unforgiving landscape.
A boy writes coordinates from inside the original Ōtautahi / Christchurch CBD red zone, where major demolition occurred after the 2011 earthquake.