As far as the eye can reach (2020)


Audio narration, photographs with braille.


Close up photograph of falling water in movement. Light plays on the surface but much remains in shadow

Huka Falls (Described by Steve Delaney), 2020

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A landscape blurred through horizontal camera motion, green below, sky above, a horizon, lens flare

University Oval Cricket Field (Described by Mark Flowerday), 2020

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A close-up of a rose

Parnell Rose Garden (Described by Rhonda Comins), 2020

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Orange Bowl Sandblow (Described by Chantelle Griffiths), 2020

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Cave Stream (Described by Jo Froggatt), 2020

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A horse ride to Chaney's Forest (Described by Itan Jimenez-Nava), 2020

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Lake Kaniere (Described by Lewis Smith), 2020

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Piha (Described by Paul Brown), 2020

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The sky over Colombus (Described by Shaun Lowe), 2020

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Niagara Falls (Described by Julie Woods), 2020

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Installation view @ Christchurch Art Gallery 2021. Photos © John Collie

Installation view from Touching Sight @ Christchurch Art Gallery 2021. Photo © John Collie

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Detail from Cave Stream (Described by Jo Froggatt). Photo © Tyne Gordon

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Detail from The sky over Colombus (Described by Shawn Lowe). Photo © PCL Imaging

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Installation view from Touching Sight @ Christchurch Art Gallery 2021. Photo © John Collie

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Detail from Orange Bowl Sandblow (Described by Chantelle Griffiths). Photo © Tim J Veling

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Detail from University Oval Cricket Field (Described by Mark Flowerday). Photo © John Collie

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Installation view from Touching Sight @ Christchurch Art Gallery 2021. Photo © John Collie

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Installation view from Cracker @ Two Rooms Gallery, Auckland 2021. Photo © Sam Hartnett 

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Installation view from Two Rooms Gallery booth @ Auckland Art Fair, 2021. Photo © Sam Hartnett

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As far as the eye can reach (2020)


A collaboration with Steve Delaney, Mark Flowerday, Rhonda Comins, Chantelle Griffiths, Jo Froggatt, Itan Jimenez-Nava, Lewis Smith, Paul Brown, Shaun Lowe and Julie Woods. Special thanks to you all, and also to Erin Eyles at Blind Low Vision NZ, Melanie Oliver, Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū, Tim J Veling and Kryszstof Wysocki for your support with this project.


All works 95 x 76cm C-prints with braille (PVC, UV ink), and audio narration via loudspeaker or QR code. Edition of 3.


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