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ONE DAY SCULPTURE was New Zealand's first nationwide commissioning series of temporary, place-based public artworks. The series involved New Zealand-based and international artists — each of whom were invited to produce a new work that occurred during a discrete 24-hour period over the course of one year. Led by the Litmus Research Initiative at Massey University Wellington and Claire Doherty — UK-based curator, writer and Director of Situations at the University of the West of England, Bristol — ONE DAY SCULPTURE was produced in partnership with arts institutions and curators across New Zealand and realised in Auckland, Wellington, New Plymouth, Christchurch and Dunedin from June 2008 to June 2009.

 

ONE DAY SCULPTURE Artists

 

Click on the names below to find out more information on the artists who participated in the ONE DAY SCULPTURE series.




LIZ ALLAN                        RIRKRIT TIRAVANIJA


LARA ALMARCEGUI          AMY HOWDEN-CHAPMAN


BILLY APPLE                     ADAM HYDE       


NICK AUSTIN                    MADDIE LEACH


DOUGLAS BAGNALL          JAMES LUNA


BIK VAN DER POL             ROMAN ONDÁK


KATE NEWBY                     PAOLA PIVI


MICHAEL PAREKOWHAI    KAH BEE CHOW


BEKAH CARRAN                SUPERFLEX


THOMAS HIRSCHHORN     JAVIER TELLEZ


WALKER & BROMWICH     BEDWYR WILLIAMS



HEATHER AND IVAN MORISON


 

 

Have you missed a project or just want to find out more information on a project?  Find a list of all  works in the ONE DAY SCULPTURE series here >> 

 


 

 


Michael Parekowhai, Yes We Are, Wellington, 28 May 2009. Commissioned by Litmus Research Initiative, Massey University for One Day Sculpture. Photo: Stephen Rowe



Superflex, Today We Don't Use the Word Dollars, Auckland, 27 May 2009. Commissioned by Artspace for One Day Sculpture. Photo: Stephen Rowe

James Luna, Urban (Almost) Rituals, Wellington, 14 May 2009. Commissioned for One Day Sculpture by Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. Photo: Stephen Rowe
   
 
 

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