SCAPE 7 is a Christchurch Biennial event, which installs and celebrates works of public art by a mix of local, national and international artists.

27 September – 9 November 2013

Curator: Blair French

This is the seventh Christchurch Biennial for SCAPE Public Art, a not-for-profit organisation that installs ambitious, free-to-view contemporary public art at high profile sites in central Christchurch.

The curator Blair French’s three guiding principles for SCAPE 7 are: mobility, the unexpected and possibility. His curatorship of SCAPE 7 is informed by experiences of the changing Christchurch city environment.

The artists announced for SCAPE 7 will be producing new works of public art for the temporary public art walkway.

Participating artists:

  • Dan Arps (New Zealand)

  • Fiona Connor (New Zealand)

  • David Cross (New Zealand)
  • Phil Dadson (New Zealand)
  • Maddie Leach (New Zealand) and Jem Noble (United Kingdom)

  • Shaun Gladwell (Australia/United Kingdom)

  • ISE (Malaysia)
  • Rob Hood (Christchurch)

  • Miranda Parkes (Christchurch)

  • Wayne Youle (North Canterbury)
  • Zina Swanson (Christchurch/Dunedin)
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