‘We Don’t Have to Be the Building’ (2016) researched diverse community stories about sexuality and activism, resulting in assemblage art and writing in the lightboxes on Courtenay Place, Wellington.
I’d now like to create a beautiful publication that you can own and put on your wall, and keep to remember, or get to know the project. It will consist of:
8 A3 posters, of all 16 panels of the final work, printed on 150gsm paper
30 pages of process writing, images of the process, action sheets and reflections on making the project
A commissioned essay
All beautifully presented in a box for you to keep together, or choose your favourites to put on your wall.
I can only produce this with your help, so I am checking out interest by pre-selling it, like an album. The total costs for this, (Minus some funding from the Armstrong and Arthur Trust, Thank-you!) will work out to $40 per publication, if I make 100.
If you’d like to go on the list to pre-purchase one, please let me know. I need to pre-sell 100 to make it possible. I’m up to 35 as of 16th August, so if I make it by the end f August, I will then ask you all for deposits and jump into production mode!