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Artist Talk: Tape Art NZ Labyrinths - Hutt Winter Festival

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Come and have a test walk on the labyrinth before it goes to its home at the Hutt Winter Festival. Hear Tape Art artists, Erica Duthie and Struan Ashby talk about the project and answer questions you might have about the labyrinth project, temporary public art and more.

About the artists:

“A professional creative hit squad armed with an irreverent approach to materials, great people skills and lots of know-how.”

Tape Art NZ are a Hutt based international public art team, who specialise in developing ephemeral art as part of festivals and exhibitions and public events. They have a flair for envisaging 'what could be' in the rich canvas of surfaces that a city provides to the imaginative, and a wealth of experience making and facilitating art from years of experience. Tape Art projects are characteristically novel and quirky in concept and the use and re-use of unexpected materials. The richness of Tape Art’s process is very much in the way they have been able to make art accessible, personal and memorable as they infuse others with their brand of intelligently made but non-elitist ephemera.

This event is happening at multiple times and venues:
- Tuesday 7 August @ Wainuiomata Library - 10.30 - 11.00am
- Thursday 9 August @ Walter Nash Centre in Taita - 3.30 - 4.30pm

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