RIVERBED

Artspace NZ 16 November 2018 – 2 March 2019 artspace.org.nz In February 2018 Fiona Jack opened the exhibition Our Red Aunt at the Glasgow Women’s Libraryin “RIVERBED”

OUR RED AUNT

Glasgow Women’s Library Friday 2nd February to Saturday 17th March A collection of new works responding to the work and life of Fiona’s Great Grand “OUR RED AUNT”

OTAKARO PLANT PARADE

Fiona Jack, collaborators, contributors and participants.  Public event as part of SCAPE 8, 2015, Christchurch. Curated by Rob Garret. Photo Bridget Anderson   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulBC7qhYHH4&feature=youtu.be Video “OTAKARO PLANT PARADE”

THE TREES

Fiona Jack and Salome Tanuvasa, March 2013, Rosebank Artwalk, Auckland, curated by Marcus Williams.   This photograph depicts two historic trees in Avondale on the “THE TREES”

PORT WORKERS

Fiona Jack, March 2012, posters throughout Auckland city.   In 2012, following a breakdown in negotiations with their employer and in defence of key aspects “PORT WORKERS”

LIVING HALLS

Fiona Jack and contributors, 2010, Govett Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth.   The paintings, drawings, honour boards, documents, databases, books, photos, stories and audio recordings “LIVING HALLS”

KOHIMARAMARA

Fiona Jack and Ngarimu Blair (Ngati Whatua o Orakei). Artspace billboard, Karangahape Road, Auckland, 2008/9   This billboard is a montage of two photos. One “KOHIMARAMARA”

TAXI

Fiona Jack, Installation – various media, Projectspace and Spare room, Melbourne, Australia. International Artist in Residence partnership between RMIT School of Art and The South “TAXI”

PALISADE

A collaboration between Ngarimu Blair and Ngati Whatua O Orakei, Fiona Jack, New Artland and community volunteers. Manuka, rope, steel. 100 metres long. Okahu Bay, “PALISADE”

Nothing

33 billboards, Auckland City, 1997    

About

Fiona Jack has an MFA from CalArts (2005) and lives and works in Auckland, New Zealand.