"From Tiziano Vecellio to Barnett Newman and back references two historical pictorial traditions that are dialectically different and echoes the artist’s estranged stance on returning to New Zealand for a visit after many years living in New York. The film seeks a structural synthesis to this dialectical tension that in turn poses new internal contradictions".
Producer/Director/Editor/Camera: Peter WareingMan: Stuart Shepherd
An absurd theatrical action at waters edge addresses land ownership and sovereignty in Taranaki.
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.
Across six screens Wareing’s satirical drama evokes the disorientating effects of American political life at the end of the 20th century.