exhibitions

(NZ)

1991 – Portfolio Gallery

1994 – Art Space – ‘Sound Watch’

1994 – Test Strip – ‘Suffer’

1994 – Hamish Mckay Gallery – ‘Suffer’

1985 – Test Strip – ‘Thriller’

1986 – Ambassador Theatre – ‘Chain Saw & Fluro’ Tubes’ – percussion for Peter Roche.

1997 – Fiat Lux  – ‘Kisser’.

1998 – Minerva Gallery – “Cavendish Banana Co. present Plastic Explosive Inaudible”

1999 – De Latrine Gallery (Hamilton) – “Cavendish Banana Co. Suckseeds” collaboration

2001 – Cite Gallery – Nightmare

2001 – Room 301 – ‘Show Ponies’

2002 – Leslie Kreisler Gallery (New Plymouth) – ‘PRON’ with Nicky Deeley and Pat Macan

2003 – Customs St Project – ‘Soup’ a  9 window instillation collaboration with Nigel Collins

2004 – Artstation Gallery – ‘Kill War’

2005 – Mary Newton Gallery – Wellington, ‘Imperial Leather’

2006 – Artstation Gallery – ‘Centennial

2006 – Artspace – As part of Eve Armstrongs ‘Adaptives’ show with my exam ‘Cheat Pen’

2007 – Leslie Kreisler Gallery – New Plymouth. ‘Trudy’s Motorbike’

2009 – RM – Best Before

2009 – Tauranga Art Gallery – The Captain. Exploring Images of Captain Cook

2010 – Tauranga Art Galley – ‘The House that James Built’ Show from the James Wallace Collection

2010 – Mary Newton Gallery – ‘Duck’

2013 – The City Is Broken – site specific instillation ‘Art In The Dark’ public art event Auckland.

2013 – ‘Saloon Des Ferari 2013’– group show at Ferari Auckland.

collections

James Wallace Trust

competitions finalist

2002 – Norswear Art Award

2003 – North Shore City Art Awards

2004 – Waihekie Public Art Gallery Art Award

2004 – James Wallace Award

2006 – James Wallace Award

2008 – James Wallace Award

2010 – James Wallace Award

print

2003 – Six Sixty magazine – six featured artists.

2004 – Staple Magazine – Featured artists page, winter edition.

2006 – Adaptives by Eve Armstrong

2010 – ‘Walking Drawings, Driving Drawing, Me Driving Drawings, Flying Drawings’ by Jarad Bryant, A5 limited edition

featured in other artists talks

2004 – Jim Viviarie WHAT’S YOURS IS MINE AND WHAT’S MINE IS YOURS

                              Deity issues surrounding Cultural Property in New Zealand

                              Auckland/Hawaii. Living Structures: Public Private Space simposium

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