Becky Cameron, Te Ao Huri Huri, 2014

Te Ao Huri Huri | The Turning World Becky Cameron

8 July 2014 - 13 July 2014

An offisite Project presented as a part of the Puaka Matariki Otepoti Festival 2014, Athenaeum Basement, The Octagon

A series of constructed lamps project through turning patterned shades, filling the basement of the Athenaeum with light, movement and texture. As the viewer is guided through a pathway, they are immersed in changing stories of the cosmos, the cycles of life and death, the atua Rangi and Papa.

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Based in Dunedin, Becky Cameron holds an MA in Art Conservation, and recently completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts with Honours from the Dunedin School of Art in 2013. Cameron has been exhibiting since 2008, her most recent project Shadow Aspects was shown as a part of the DSA Honours exhibition in November 2013. Cameron’s practice explores landscape, memory, belonging and home.

Thanks to Lawrie Forbes at ZEALSTEEL and Antony Deaker at Puaka Matariki Dunedin for their enthusiastic support of this project.