Untitled from Lake Mountain, Katrin Koenning, 2016
Tuesday, 20th February
Nine To Noon
Katrin Koenning talks to Kathryn Ryan about how she has exceeded the limits of the everyday camera phone, as well as the unusual way her debut book Astres Noires (Black Stars) came into being via Instagram. She also weighs into the debate about whether Instagram is the future of photographic publishing.
The interview will be available to listen to again or if you missed it the first time as an RNZ National Podcast here:
Remember to see and hear Katrin Koenning's Artist Talk you need to register for our Sunday programme here.
10:00am - 11:00am, Sunday 11th March at College of Creative Arts, Massey University, Te Ara Hihiko, Entrance E, Tasman Street, Wellington
Sunday 4th March
Time to be confirmed
Standing Room Only
Landscape photographer a patient and prescient observer
Jem Southam is renowned for his series of colour landscape photographs, beginning in the 1970s, and continuing till the present. His trademark is the patient observation of changes at a single location over many months or years. His work combines topographical observation with other references; personal, cultural, political, scientific, literary and psychological to comment on issues ranging from rural decay to the differences in British landscape photography compared to its American counterparts.
Jem will be giving the Massey University 2018 Peter Turner Memorial Lecture at:
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm, Saturday 10th March at Te Papa, Soundings Theatre, Level Two
Register for this event here.