"Crossing melodrama with the documentary form is one way of looking at our post-Fordist economy where the cognitive freelancer must maintain, at the very least, slightly exaggerated enthusiasm. Motivated by the relentless search for work and increasing competition, he must be ever vigilant of the winds of hazard that are roaring, a hazard of economic demise they accept with forced euphoria. Hollywood makes alternative endings for films, and a movie's end that is made for a Russian audience is one where everyone dies or is left in despair."
An absurd theatrical action at waters edge addresses land ownership and sovereignty in Taranaki.
Images from the canon of European art history are discovered on the shores of Aotearoa New Zealand.
A grim satire of pioneer, military, and settler ambitions.
Filmed over 14 years, an intimate portrait of love and loss in a New York home for people with developmental disabilities.
Peter Wareing: The Limits of Intelligibility
Harmony and immersion in the multi-channel works of Peter Wareing.