Holly Goheavily and the Ghillie Man and Miraculous Ladybug zombie and friends. (First, I wanted to be Frank from Donnie Darko but … and the fur in my eyes was yucky).
44 Bealey Avenue – a Presbyterian Support Services building – is being demolished. But before it goes, it has hosted an exhibition. The walls were painted, windows were drawn in, and the empty offices played host to installations. We went and took a look on Saturday 18 November. Read Christchurch condemned social services building becomes living art exhibition.
Here are some pics:
The only other pre-demo exhibition I’ve seen happened on Cranford Street in 2014 and it was astonishing.
On Thursday 3 August, we went along to First Thursdays in Sydenham. This one was called Dreamscapes. This is me and Kiddo as depicted by the Drawing Machine.
We enjoyed Mark Catley’s 101 Bossks at Westende Jewellers.
See Moata’s Three Februaries for another earthquake place, three moments in time.
Christchurch wifi networks spotted out and about.
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