House Studies II publication

House Studies II
published by Jonathan Smart Gallery, New Zealand
Launch event: Wednesday, November 16, Split/Fountain, Auckland
& Saturday, November 19, Smash Palace, Christchurch

‘House Studies II’ is a publication with contributions by Aodhan Madden, Ash Kilmartin, Daegan Wells, Emma Fitts with Raewyn Martyn, Georgina Watson, Sophie Bannan, Joshua Harris, Kim Pieters, Kirstin Carlin, and Louise Menzies with George Clark.

This is the second iteration of an ongoing project that reimagines specific histories of practice – relative to their natural and built landscapes, social and political environments – forming fictional and actual communities of practice. This publication has been curated and compiled by Sophie Bannan, and printed with the generous support of Jonathan Smart Gallery.

Together with Louise Menzies we contributed the text Moving Towards The Sun, an illustrated conversation around our practices.

Softcover, 190 x 290mm, 68 pages + poster

Cover image: One of the first three photographs taken from the Anglo-Australian telescope at Siding Springs, South-Eastern Australia, in 1974 by Ben Gascoigne. Courtesy of National Archives of Australia.

House Studies II 'Moving Towards the Sun' Louise Menzies & George Clark
House Studies II ‘Moving Towards the Sun’ Louise Menzies & George Clark

2016 – ‘On Correct Colour: Notes on Margaret Honda’s Films'(in: Made In L.A, 2016)

On Correct Colour: Notes on Margaret Honda’s Films’
By George Clark, p94-102
In: Made In L.A 2016: a, the, through, only
Ed. Aram Moshayedi & Hamza Walker, Hammer Museum / UCLA, USA, June 2016