Published by Blue Oyster as part of their online publication programme, The Presence of Absence emerged from The Social Artist Residency in Christchurch.
The text is designed and implemented by Son La Pham.
Read it here.
Other documentation from the residency is here, here, and here.
Concrete and steel, 60x50x30cm.
Digital Video, 2:12.
Soundtrack by William Henry Meung
Photographs by Motoko Kikkawa.
Video for a track from William Henry Meung’s upcoming album ‘No Words Left at This End of the World.’ Footage gathered during The Social Artist Residency, The Commons, Christchurch. February 16 – 21, 2015.
Site specific installation at The Commons, Christchurch.
Constructed as part of The Social Artist Residency, 16-21 February.
“The minotaur more than justifies the existence of the labyrinth.” – Jorge Luis Borges
The Social Artist Residency
The Commons, Christchurch.
16 – 21 February.
Brendan Jon Philip is a painter, writer, and musician based in Dunedin. For the last three years he was a principal facilitator for the artist run project space None Gallery.
He will be spending the residency time writing a psychogeographical mapping of central Christchurch, seeking local collaborators for an ongoing recording project, and sourcing footage for a music video.
He will also be performing at The Auricle on March 21st in support of Austrian sound artist Daniel Lercher.