McCahon House artist residencies revealed - Art Collector

Daniel Malone, Now We See Through A Glass, Darkly (1st Letter to the Corinthians 13), 2013. Performance with costume, printed flyers
, installation view at Galeria Foksal, Warsaw. Courtesy: the artist and Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland

13 November 2013 | Amy Howden-Chapman, Daniel Malone and Campbell Paterson have been revealed as the recipients of the McCahon House artist residencies for 2014-15.

Amy Howden-Chapman was born in Wellington and currently resides in Los Angeles. She is a multimedia artist whose work uses language and site-specificity to investigate cultural, environmental and political change. She will undertake her residency in late winter 2014.

Daniel Malone was born in Greymouth and currently resides in Warsaw. Malone's practice spans all media, working with spaces and objects to explore identity and behaviour. He is currently working on two bodies of work - one for a forthcoming show at Hopkinson Mossman in Auckland and one for a solo show at Galerai Arsenal in Bialystok, Poland. He will undertake his residency in late spring 2014.

Campbell Patterson, Orewa 1-4, 2010. Gravel, latex and towel, variable dimensions. Courtesy: the artist and Michael Lett, Auckland

Campbell Paterson was born in England and currently resides in Auckland. His practice incorporates short videos and sculptural objects and regularly exhibits with Michael Lett in Auckland. He will undertake his residency in autumn 2015.

The McCahon House residencies are among the most prestigious artist residencies in New Zealand. Three residencies per year of three months duration are awarded to outstanding mid career artists. Recipients of the residencies live and work in on the site of the French Bay house that was home to renonwed New Zealand artist Colin McCahon from 1953 until 1960.

Judy Millar received the inaugural McCahon House artist residency in 2006. Dan Arps, Andy Leleisi’uao, Richard Lewer, Fiona Pardington and Rohan Wealleans have also undertaken residencies at the house.

Alexandra Djurichkovic

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