Coastline Paradox

On a patch of grass two sheep look over their shoulder at the camera. In the background we see rocky terrain, and overhead, blue sky.Production Still from Coastline Paradox (2016) an exhibition by Josette Chiang

Coastline Paradox is a multimedia installation by Hong Kong/UK artist
 Josette Chiang at Toi Pōneke Arts Centre, Wellington. The year 2016 marks the official acknowledgement of 
the Anthropocene epoch brought about by the dramatic effects of human existence upon the planet.

Featuring video, sculpture, sound and text, Coastline Paradox 
is a subjective study of 7000 years of tectonic uplifts whose presence
remains etched on the landscape of Turakirae Head Scientific Reserve, located on the south Wellington Coast 20 km south of Wainuiomata, at the end of the Coast Road.

Josette is the 2016 Wellington Asia Residency Exchange (WARE) Artist. WARE is an artist’s residency programme managed by Wellington City Council in partnership with the Asia NZ Foundation. This year’s residency has been generously supported by CIRCUIT Artist Film and Video Aotearoa New Zealand.