Chris Booth creates site specific art works, sculptures inspired by and honouring each site’s local history, mythology, and culture.
Cullen’s practice is focused on sculptural installation and objects. A primary conceptual interest is the notion of the provisional and unfinished.
Matt Ellwood’s work is about the psychology of desire and the artificially constructed human relationships within advertising and merchandising.
Brett is highly regarded for his ability to abstract complex historical and cultural ideas into formally strong and beautiful sculptural forms
Natalie Guy’s practice is concerned with design and function, currently around pseudo-modernist design and artistic creative function.
Jon Hall is a traditionally trained Blacksmith. He spent 9 years as a journeyman blacksmith working in Australia, England, Europe and Southern Germany.
Veronica Herber began as a painter but unearthed a desire to work on a larger scale, discovering masking tape as a medium half way through her degree.
Dion Hitchens creates contemporary sculptural experiences, sharing a lineage of thought that is informed from both New Zealand Maori and Buddhist philosophy.
Ioane is a Senior Pacific artist with 30 years of Kaupapa Pasifika in his role as a Visual creative social commentator and mentor.
Robert Jahnke is an artist whose practice has straddled design, illustration, animation and sculpture. His work possesses a creative vitality, often with a political edge
Jae Kang draws inspiration from her personal journey of migration and her unique background. Her techniques are influenced by Western academic as well as traditional Korean drawing.
Virginia King draws attention to the fragility and the vulnerability of the Earth’s eco- systems by abstracting and magnifying the complexity of natural forms.
Gregor Kregar works with a kaleidoscopic array of materials and media, including glass, stainless steel, cast bronze, plastic and familiar found objects
Dr Maureen Lander is a multi-media installation artist who has exhibited locally, nationally and internationally since 1986.
Langdon is an Auckland-based curator and multidisciplinary artist whose work explores the tensions and opportunities of bicultural duality and the third space of conversation.
Jeremy Leatinu’u works in performance art, public intervention, video and installation.
Richard Maloy is an artist who works within and across the disciplines of photography, sculpture, video, installation.
David McCracken continues to experiment with water-born sculpture regarding it as both a challenge and the ‘perfect venue for sculpture’ and is developing systems for large-scale land-art installations
Dane Mitchell produces art works and spatial experiences that investigate how systems of knowledge are constructed and practically applied.
Kazu Nakagawa’s minimalist art practices which are often based around architectural objects or integrated to architecture.
Shannon Novak is an artist based in Auckland, New Zealand. He works in painting, sculpture, and installation, with a focus on using geometric forms to explore his deep and abiding interest in the interrelationships between sound, colour, form, time, space, and social context.
Denis O’Connor’s sculpture ranges from public monuments to the most private and intimate narratives.
Paora Toi-Te-Rangiuaia began training as a jeweller and silversmith and discovered an early passion for his Maori heritage.
Since 2000 Price has focused on wind activated kinetic sculpture. His sculptures are highly engineered and seamlessly created works, that aim to defy the rational.
Tiffany Singh is an Installation based social practice artist. Her philosophies and practices encompass influences as varied as Modernism, Eastern and Western spiritual beliefs, Jungian psychology and ancient culture.
Jim Speers works also as a member of the Xian Chang Bian (Field Recordings) collective. Their recent project, Let the Water Flow documents the working lives of people who work on the rivers of Shanghai.
Jeff Thomson has worked predominantly with corrugated iron since he became a full-time sculptor in 1986.
Tuffery exceeds the boundaries of contemporary media, collaborating on installation and performance artworks that traverse cultural boundaries and defy concrete categorisation.