Bronwyn Holloway-Smith

Placemakers exhibition at The Engine Room

March 14, 2011

placemakers colonial installation

*Placemakers *is an exhibition of future visions by Australian artist Ash Keating and designers and artists from the Massey University Sustainability Research Network (SuRe). Curated by network members Jenny Gillam, Anne Noble and Amanda Yates, the exhibition includes work by Catherine Bagnall, Wayne Barrar, Jenny Gillam in collaboration with Steve Trewick, Bronwyn Holloway-Smith, Ask Keating, Wendy Neale and Amanda Yates.


17 March – 9 April 2011

**Opening: **6.30pm, Wednesday 16 March

The Engine Room GalleryEast end Block 1, Entrance C

Massey University School of Fine Arts

Wallace Street

Mt Cook, Wellington


“how can site-specific art interventions in public and urban space transform viewers’ understandings of local and global environmental issues?”

Preceeding the exhibition opening, Mexican curator Gonzalo Ortega will talk about the public intervention projects executed by Residual ( Gonzalo Ortega is director of the Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Arte (MUCA Roma) of Mexico City and is in New Zealand courtesy of the Massey University International Visiting Researcher fund and the School of Fine Arts Aotearoa Baroque Project. He will discuss his most recently completed project, “Residual / Artistic Interventions in theCity” in which a number of artists addressed the problem of garbage. The project aimed to raise awareness among the residents and municipal agencies of Mexico City about the shared responsibility associated with rubbish generation and management.

**VENUE **

Massey University Lecture Theatre

10A02, Old Museum Building

(signs from the main entrance)

5.30 – 6.30 pm, Wednesday 16 March 2011

Bronwyn Holloway-Smith

Written by Bronwyn Holloway-Smith who is an artist in Wellington, New Zealand. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter