The map of the Dunedin Botanic Garden points to Foucault’s theory of Heterotopias via the diverse nature of the sites contained within the garden as a whole.
Rātapu 20 Oketopa -
Tūrei 31 Tīhema
Sunday 20 October -
Tuesday 31 December
The artists in Other Echoes seek to build on this notion by highlighting the heterotopic nature of the garden itself. The works add a further dimension to the garden space, heightening the juxtaposition and incompatibility of the elements of the separate sites and leading to new readings and renewed appreciation of the Garden as a whole.
Charlotte Parallel is an Ōtepoti Dunedin-based artist and events facilitator who has exhibited widely in New Zealand and internationally. In 2010 she co-founded the Anteroom, an artist-run space in Port Chalmers.
Marion Wassenaar has recently completed her MFA at the Dunedin School of Art and where she is both a lecturer and Collection Administrator for the Otago Polytechnic. She is interested in print and material culture, and sculpture.
Nina van der Voorn graduated from Massey University School of Fine Arts in 2009 and is currently based in Nelson. In 2010 she founded and ran Nina van der Voorn Gallery, a contemporary art space in Motueka.
Clare Fleming completed a BFA at the Otago Polytechnic School of Art in 2009. Fleming works as an artist and freelance graphic designer and is currently undertaking an MFA at the Elam School of Fine Arts, Auckland. Her art practice involves an examination of political and social structures and how they impact on an experience of the everyday.
Cath Cocker is a visual arts practitioner based in Dunedin. She is a graduate of the Massey University School of Art, Wellington and has exhibited at None Gallery, OUSA Art Week, the Dunedin Art School and in the Rear Window at Dunedin Public Art Gallery.