Working across various mediums including video, installation, and digital painting, Wagg’s work explores the intersections of politics, identity and technology within the context of New Zealand. More specifically, his work considers the tangibility and intangibility of archives and histories, and examines the visual languages surrounding moments of political upheaval or change.
Cameras film cameras. A thumb swipes through a photo roll, and the viewer gets tumbled into the process.
Set in a local abandoned strip club, this work explores themes of angst and isolation through subjective and destabilising camerawork.