Daniel Shaskey, Luke Shaw, and Phoebe Hinchliff

Domino Domino

20 May — 05 Jul 2020

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Image: Eel pond photo and line work. Courtesy of Daniel Shaskey, Luke Shaw, and Phoebe Hinchliff.

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Image: Daniel Shaskey, System to System (installation view), 2019-2020. Digitally printed take home publication and timber kiosk. Photo: Janneth Gil.

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Image: Daniel Shaskey, System to System Chapters 3 and 4 (installation view), 2019-2020. Digitally printed take home publication and timber kiosk. Photo: Janneth Gil.

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Image: Daniel Shaskey, System to System Chapter 3 (installation view), 2019-2020. Digitally printed take home publication and timber kiosk. Photo: Janneth Gil.

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Left: Daniel Shaskey, Prelude (installation view), 2020. Vinyl on floor. Right: Daniel Shaskey, System to System (installation view), 2019-2020. Digitally printed take home publication and timber kiosk. Photo: Janneth Gil.

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Image: Daniel Shaskey, Prelude (installation view), 2020. Vinyl on floor. Photo: Janneth Gil.

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Image: Daniel Shaskey, Prelude (installation view), 2020. Vinyl on floor. Photo: Janneth Gil.

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Image: Daniel Shaskey, Prelude (installation view), 2020. Vinyl on floor. Photo: Janneth Gil.

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Image: Luke Shaw, Metal Body: Ghost Field (installation view), recorded at The Suter Art Gallery te Aratoi o Whakatū, Nelson on 26 February, 2020. Looped Sound. Photo: Janneth Gil.

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Image: Phoebe Hinchliff, Mush Zone II (installation view), 2020. Double channel moving image and parallel apertures. 3 min 31 secs. Photo: Janneth Gil.

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Image: Phoebe Hinchliff, Mush Zone II (installation view), 2020. Double channel moving image and parallel apertures. 3 min 31 secs. Photo: Janneth Gil.

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Image: Phoebe Hinchliff, Mush Zone II (installation view), 2020. Double channel moving image and parallel apertures. 3 min 31 secs. Photo: Janneth Gil.

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Image: Phoebe Hinchliff, Mush Zone II (installation view), 2020. Double channel moving image and parallel apertures. 3 min 31 secs. Photo: Janneth Gil.

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Image: Phoebe Hinchliff, Mush Zone II (installation view), 2020. Double channel moving image and parallel apertures. 3 min 31 secs. Photo: Janneth Gil.

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Image: Phoebe Hinchliff, Mush Zone II (installation view), 2020. Double channel moving image and parallel apertures. 3 min 31 secs. Photo: Janneth Gil.

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Image: Daniel Shaskey, Prelude (installation view), 2020. Vinyl on floor. Photo: Janneth Gil.

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Image: Daniel Shaskey, System to System (installation view), 2019-2020. Digitally printed take home publication and timber kiosk. Photo: Janneth Gil.

Domino Domino
Daniel Shaskey, Luke Shaw, and Phoebe Hinchliff

Exhibition Runs: 20 May – 5 July 2020
Public programmes to be announced

Domino Domino builds on the contributions of Daniel Shaskey, Luke Shaw, and Phoebe Hinchliff to Sympathetic Resonance at The Suter Art Gallery Te Aratoi o Whakatū, Nelson.

Each of the artists has a practice that involves recording or documentation with a focus on the transmissive qualities of various media. In this exhibition of new work, the artists are working from, and beyond, the initial provocation to reject time and space as a limitation on producing and creating. The resulting work employs publishing, moving image practice, tactics of architectural re-arrangement, and sound performance in order to layer and blur exhibition histories and locations.

Sympathetic Resonance was curated by Sarah McClintock and ran between October 2019 and February 2020.

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Graduating with a BFA from the Ilam School of Fine Arts in 2018, Daniel Shaskey is a Ōtautahi-based designer and artists’ publisher. Daniel’s practice walks an intersection of disciplines amongst art, design, craft and literature to produce books that explore ideas around virtuality, physicality, speculation and cybernetics. Taking a particular interest in our relationships to objects and their relationships to us; each book itself having a specific relationship with its reader.

Based in Canterbury, Phoebe Hinchliff completed a BFA(Hons) at the Ilam School of Fine Arts in 2019. Her research-based practice and fieldwork is currently concerned with investigating the connections between bodies, both human and landforms, and the relationship language has with the land. She was a finalist for ZAFAA19 and ZAFAA20. This year she is a recipient of the Ethel Susan Jones Fine Arts Travelling Scholarship.

Luke Shaw is a sound artist based in Ōtautahi. He completed his BFA(Hons) in 2018 and has since begun his MFA at the Ilam School of Fine Arts. His current research focuses on the expressive potentialities for cinema when it is rethought as a primarily audible medium. He is also one half of the inconsistent guitar history duo The Opawa 45s.

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With thanks to Ananda Simply Wholefoods and Peter Timbs for their generous support of the opening event.

 

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Click here to listen to Art, Not Science Episode 10
Artist Luke Shaw joins us to talk about Metal Body: Ghost Field, his sound contribution to Domino Domino. Following the interview with Luke, Metal Body: Ghost Field will be played in full.

 

Click here to listen to Art, Not Science Episode 12
Daniel Shaskey, Luke Shaw, and Phoebe Hinchliff discuss their work in both Domino Domino and Sympathetic Resonance.

Downloads:
Domino Domino Roomsheet (pdf) Paper Spines by Melanie Oliver (a response to the work of Daniel Shaskey) (pdf) Projectors, Projectors, Projectors by Erin Kimber (a response to the work of Luke Shaw) (pdf) Are we there yet? by John Chrisstoffels (a repsonse to the work of Phoebe Hinchliff) (pdf) A response to Domino Domino by Kosta Bogoievski (pdf)
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