Elizabeth Thomson <em>Waking Up Slowly/
antediluvian forest</em> 2017. Courtesy the artist. Photo Sam Hartnett

Elizabeth Thomson Waking Up Slowly/
antediluvian forest
2017. Courtesy the artist. Photo Sam Hartnett

Elizabeth Thomson and Greg O'Brien

Artist and curator talk
  • Sat 10 Aug 2019
  • 1—2PM
  • Upper ramp
  • Free

Take a walk and talk with exhibiting artist Liz Thomson and curator Greg O’Brien through the themes explored in the new exhibition Waking Up Slowly: Elizabeth Thomson and Len Lye.

A spirited conversation between two indomitable creative forces – one of New Zealand’s leading contemporary artists, Elizabeth Thomson, and arguably the country’s most internationally acclaimed 20th century artist, Len Lye. Together the artists’ work explores the unconscious and conscious human mind as well as some of the darker nooks and crannies of the scientific world.

Elizabeth Thomson <em>Manukau Heads</em> 1987. Courtesy the artist

Elizabeth Thomson Manukau Heads 1987. Courtesy the artist

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