Event

Solidarity Grid

Talk

  • Past event
  • Philip Carter Family Auditorium
  • Free
Mischa Kuball public preposition / Solidarity Grid (installation team with the Christchurch Mayor Sir Bob Parker, Christchurch, May 2013, Detail street lighting Düsseldorf)  2013-2016. 21 street lamps, brass signs. SCAPE 7+8 Public Art Christchurch Biennial, Christchurch. Photo: Commissioned by Christchurch City Council, Produced by SCAPE Public Art © Archive Mischa Kuball, Düsseldorf / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2018

Mischa Kuball public preposition / Solidarity Grid (installation team with the Christchurch Mayor Sir Bob Parker, Christchurch, May 2013, Detail street lighting Düsseldorf)  2013-2016. 21 street lamps, brass signs. SCAPE 7+8 Public Art Christchurch Biennial, Christchurch. Photo: Commissioned by Christchurch City Council, Produced by SCAPE Public Art

© Archive Mischa Kuball, Düsseldorf / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2018

German artist Mischa Kuball discusses Solidarity Grid, his 500-metre-long public art work on Park Terrace, Christchurch, with SCAPE curator Blair French and Deborah McCormick, the Executive Director of SCAPE Public Art in Christchurch.

The panel will be chaired by Christchurch Art Gallery senior curator Lara Strongman. 

The talk is followed by a book launch and drinks in the NZI Foyer.

Presented in partnership with SCAPE Public Art.

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