Alice Tappenden lives in Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington. She holds a Masters in Art History with a focus on the photography of Peter Peryer. In 2015 she was the Blumhardt Curatorial Intern at the Dowse Art Museum and has contributed writing to a range of art publications in Aotearoa.
The Rooms in the House: Marie Shannon
A pair of blue dumbbells; a collection of wooden Pinocchio dolls; a compost bowl on the kitchen bench and a stack of toilet paper on the windowsill.
Summer Reading Series #1: Inside, looking out: Photographs by Joanna Margaret Paul
In the first of 2016's Summer Reading Series, Alice Tappenden looks at how Joanna Margaret Paul's photographs relate to her wider practice.