This exhibition is now closed
Marking the close of Lisa Reihana's year as Trust Bank Canterbury Artist in Residence for 1992 will be her interactive multi-media installation at the Annex.
This installation, containing elements of sound, video, and photography, is Lisa Reihana's first solo exhibition in a public gallery.
Lisa Reihana (Ngapuhi) travelled to Christchurch early in 1992 to take up the residency on site at the Arts Centre. A major project for the year has been the research development, and production of her new animated film which will premiere in Christchurch in 1993.
Lisa Reihana is an Auckland based artist who studied at the Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland, specialising in Film. As well as being a working artist/film maker, she has had a variety of professional experience in the arts, including working as a freelance curator and video editor. In 1991 she lectured in the Intermedia Department of the Elam School of Fine Arts.
('Take: Lisa Reihana', Bulletin, No.83, February/March 1993, p.4)
This exhibition was held at the McDougall Art Annex in the Arts Centre.
There is more information about Lisa Reihana and her Artist Residency in Bulletin No.79.
26 February – 14 March 1993
Robert McDougall Art Gallery - Contemporary Art Annex