"Breath, birth, death."
First exhibited in Video-plus-Performance, Auckland City Art Gallery (1976).
Collection of Auckland Art Gallery, Collection of Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.
2 projections or 2 LCD screens. Looped video/audio from each source. Non-synchronous.Ratio: 4:3.Originally recorded on 3/4" Umatic tape.
Anandagram (meaning ‘blissful place or village’) is a wry take on a situation of implicit privilege.
An upside-down world view intersecting ecology, geometry, nature, signs and portents.
Seventeen hot air balloons and a brass band.
A world-upside-down meditation on water, refracted light and reflections on geometry, ecology, nature, signs, and portents.