Headland sculpture on the gulf: a diagram headland 2011
Author: Cullen, P
Publisher: AUT University
Type: Creative work
Link to this item using this URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10292/2460
A coastal site with southerly aspect, overlooking Motukaha Island and Sergeant Channel. On the raised edge of a steep cliff. Views of the harbour and island. Geology: argillite, indurated marine mudstone: dark grey-green, well-sorted, well-cemented. A tower, ladder, platform, and benches. Auckland-based Paul Cullen is a senior lecturer in Visual Arts at the Auckland University of Technology. He studied at both the University of Auckland and the University of Canterbury, achieving honours in sculpture. He has a Diploma of Fine Arts, Canterbury, First Class; Master of Fine Arts, Auckland; and a Doctorate of Fine Arts, Auckland. His recent international projects include The Halifax Project (2009), Port Loggia Gallery, NSCAD University, Nova Scotia Canada. New Zealand projects include Garden (2009-2010) at Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa; Wellington, Table (2009-2010) at the Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato, Revolutions per Minute (2010) at the Jane Sanders Gallery Auckland and Motel (2010-2011) at Te Tuhi Gallery Auckland. Cullen exhibited Weather Stations at headland SCULPTURE ON THE GULF 2009.
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