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Forthcoming

Private commission, stone teeth.
McCahon Incarnation, Lopdell House 2014.

Site Works

Powered Lines,2013
Hunua Valley, Auckland. Private commission. The steel from four decommissioned high-tension power lines was recombined to illustrate the intersection of two geological fault lines. This faulted fault is visible from the sculpture site. The format of the pieces alludes to seismic charts and soil movement. Permanent install. 10 ton. 15 x 15 x 5m.

Tree of Life,2013
Cornerstone Gardens, Sonoma, San Francisco, USA. Wire tree based on a local wetland chestnut, Aesculus californica. The tree is a centerpiece for landscape designer and sculptor Suzanne Biaggi’s garden called Ecology of Place, which explores the impact of the vineyard monoculture sweeping through the Napa valley. Permanent install. 6 x 5 x 5m.

Death Row,2013
Sculpture on the Gulf 2013. Waiheke Island. A full-scale replica of the ill-fated Rocky Bay store façade and porch, built around 1918, it burnt down in 2002. The local community was encouraged to engage with the installation – historic images, poems, and scripts were posted on the notice board. Actors and locals played out historic personalities. Four-week install. 3.5 x 10 x 3m.

Learning Your Stripes,2012
Papatoetoe RSA / Burnside Park, Auckland. RSA memorial space and nearby park redesigned. The project includes a mural depicting the campaign ribbons of all NZ military duty that was made from powder-coated aluminum. Flagpole relocation. 90m of seating installed; this functioned to draw attention to, and protected, significant trees in the area. A 40m-boundary wall and fountain was removed. A pathway was removed and another realigned. Some trees removed - native hedge and plantings extended and reinstated. Permanent installation. Covering an area of 200m sq.

?! - Deposition Composition,2012
French Bay, Auckland. A 180m long shell path was made from invasive pacific oyster which had died off over the last few years. The path headed straight offshore into the harbour, making use of the 200m tidal flat exposed at low tide. The path begun at the foot of a concrete stairway that had been covered by sand for a few decades. Old anchor points were also cleaned of accreted growth over the last 50 years. Yachties never leave their boats there now. The install referred to works Colin McCahon had painted of the bay while living there in the 1950’s. Installation left to decay naturally. 4cm thick by 2 x 180m.

McCahon Incarnation, 2012
The Obstinate Object, City Gallery Wellington. A waterfall of 21,000L/hr pours from a second story window of the gallery into the pond below. Supported by the Wellington Sculpture Trust. Four-month duration. 12 x 5 x 10m.

Cold Comfort, 2011
The Sculpture Park at Waitakaruru Arboretum. Chimney built from pumice installed under a tall pine tree perched on the top edge of a steep rocky bank. Four-month duration. 5.5 x 1.4 x 0.75m.

Splayed, 2011
Sculpture in the Garden, Botanic Gardens, Auckland. 103 shovels are riveted together, in a botanically influenced cone shape. Four-month duration. 3.5 x 3.5 x 2.5m.

Double Bass Boat, 2011
Brick Bay. Auckland. A four-person fiberglass clinker dinghy is converted into a functioning double bass. Two-year duration. 5 x 1.3 x 0.9m.

Mollycoddler, 2011
Heemradsplein, Rotterdam, Netherlands. Strips of wood are wrapped around trees to protect them during civil construction; this work exaggerated the protection to a comic degree. Completed with assistance of Mothership. Four month duration. 10 x 10 x 15m.

Gezelligheid, 2010
Twelve temporary interventions made throughout Holland. Lion statues, Gazelle brand bicycle, red ribbon. Postcards were made from photographs of the lion statues posed in the act of eating the gazelle bike. Gezelligheid is a dutch abstract noun which, depending on context, can be translated as cosy, fun, quaint, or nice atmosphere, but can also connote belonging, "sociability", conviviality or general togetherness. Some consider the word to encompass the heart of Dutch culture.

Harbour Mouth Molars, 2010
Kitchener Street Park, Portsmouth Drive, Otago Harbour, Dunedin. Six wisdom teeth, with roots exposed, erupt from shingle gums. Limestone (Oamaru), Quartz, concrete, steel, rope, plastic tube. Permanent work. 2.5 x 2 x 50m.

Make Way, 2009
Hirschfeld Gallery, City Gallery Wellington. Motorway over-bridge made from cane, baskets and twine. 1:3 scale. Eight week duration. 12.5 x 3.5 x 4.2m.

Subject to Change, 2009
SH1, Karo Drive, Wellington. A re-designed free-standing facade of a local historic building. Steel, wood, concrete, paint. Permanent work. 8 x 11.5 x 4m.

Paper Trail, 2009
New Art Land episode: series two. Model remote-control helicopters trailing toilet paper ribbons. Split second moments. 10 x 15 x 15m.

Flour Power, 2008
Scape 2008, Stewart Plaza, Christchurch. Eight and a half steel power poles with 153 street lamps arranged to resemble a sheaf of wheat. Permanent work. 15m x 4m x 4m.

Green Islands, 2007
Four Plinths Project, Wellington harbour waterfront. Six plant species constructed from No.8 fence wire and stainless steel staples. Initial two-year display on waterfront then relocated to Wellington Botanic Gardens for permanent display in 2010. 8m x 20m x 3m.

Raising the Stakes, 2007
Engine Room Gallery, Massey University, Wellington. Section of gallery floor cut out and lifted three feet out of the ground. Three week duration. 2.8 x 4.2 x 0.7m.

Skeleton Trees, 2006
Connells Bay Sculpture Park, Waiheke Island. Permanent. Three trees made from No.8 wire and stainless steel staples. 5.5 x 3 x 3m, 5 x 2.5 x 2.5m, 4 x 2.5 x 2.5m.

Indoor/Outdoor Flow, 2006
Brick Bay Sculpture Park. Matakana. Rope house made by tension and weight. Three year duration. 20 x 5 x 8m.

Recliner Rex, 2005
Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi Beach, Sydney and Cottesloe Beach, Perth, Australia. Three and a half times scale replica of a recliner style deckchair. Steel, canvas, paint. Three week duration. 2.6 x 5 x 2m.

Hottie, 2005
Kiosk, Christchurch. A hot water bottle shaken by the sound waves of a local radio station. Hottie, speaker, wood, steel, radio, rubber. Three week duration. 400 x 400 x 600mm.

A Range, 2005
Anthony Harper Contemporary Art Awards, Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch. 20 ironing boards under 1.5 ton of rubble. Three week duration. 4 x 1.6 x 2.7m.

Comfort Zone, 2005
House Work. Blue Oyster Gallery, Dunedin.
Eight mattresses arranged into a vertical octagon. Three week duration. 3 x 3.5 x 2m.

Limousine Lounger, 2005
Sculpture on the Gulf, Waiheke Island. Three and a half times scale replica of a recliner style deckchair. Three week duration. 2.6 x 5 x 2m.

All Skip-shape, 2004
Dunedin Fringe Festival, Octagon. Three scaled replica constructed skip bins stacked concentrically within an original steel skip bin. One week duration. 3.4 x 3.4 x 1.5m.

A Range, 2004
Ouse Project, Electro house, Wellington. 23 ironing boards under a 2.7 ton pile of rubble. One week duration. 6 x 2.3 x 1.6m.

Coffin, 2004
Ouse Project, Electro house, Wellington. A seated coffin. One week duration.
1200 x 450 x 850mm.

Foot in the Door, 2004
Adam Art Gallery, Aigantighe Art Gallery, Aratoi Wairarapa Museum of Art and History, Artis Gallery Ltd, Artspace, Artspost, Ashburton Art Gallery, Bartley Nees Gallery, Bath Street Gallery, Blue Oyster, Bowen Galleries, Campbell Grant Gallery, Centre of Contemporary Art, C.B.K. (s'hertogenbosch, Netherlands), City Gallery Wellington, Conical Inc (Aus), Corbans Estate Art Centre, Creative New Zealand, The Depot Artspace, Dianne Tanzer Gallery (Aus), The Dowse Art Museum, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Eastern Southland Gallery, Enjoy Public Art Gallery, Expressions Arts and Entertainment Centre, FHE Galleries, Flinders Lane Gallery (Aus), Forrester Gallery, Fortyfivedownstairs (Aus), Gallery 33, George Fraser Gallery, George Paton Gallery (Aus), Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces (Aus), Globe Exhibition Centre, Gow Langsford Gallery, High Street Project, Michael Hirschfeld Gallery, Hocken Library, Idiom Studio, Janne Land Gallery, Jonathan Smart Gallery, John Leech Gallery, Judith Anderson Gallery, Left Bank Art Gallery, Lesley Kreisler Gallery, Lopdell House Gallery, McNamara Gallery, McPherson Gallery, Mahara Gallery, Marshall Seifert Gallery, Millennium Art Gallery, Mori Gallery (Aus), Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, National Library Gallery, Neut Gallery, Oedipus Rex Gallery, Office of Associate Minister of the Arts ~ Hon. Judith Tizard, Pataka Museum of Arts and Cultures, Phatspace (Aus), Percy Thompson Gallery, Peter McLeavey Gallery, Photospace, Platform 01, Puke Ariki, Ramp Gallery, Room 103, Ray Hughes Gallery (Aus), Sarjeant Gallery, Satellite project - NZ pavilion (Shanghai, China), 64zero3 Gallery, Show, Spiral Art Gallery, Starkwhite, Te Awamutu Museum, Te Manawa, Te Tuhi ~ The Mark, Te Wa, The Physics Room, The Suter Gallery, Uplands Gallery (Aus), Waikato Museum of Art and History, Waiheke Community Art Gallery, Wellington City Art Gallery, Westspace (Aus), Whitespace, Thermostat, Yuill/Crowley (Aus).
Process/documentation of installing a one-foot ruler into the front door of listed galleries.
Process ongoing. Duration variable. Size variable – small or invisible.

Skip it, 2004
Wellington Fringe Festival 2004; Wakefield St, Wellington. Functioning 1970’s lounge scene set up in a rubbish skip. Three week duration. 3.4 x 1.6 x 1.6m.

Goal Line, 2004
Wellington Fringe Festival 2004; Boyd Wilson Field, Victoria University, Wellington. Part of Interventions: city reclamation project. City skyline traced with red ribbon woven into a ‘cyclone’ wire net fence. Viewing point is the centre of the southern goalposts. Permission was not gained, work created under the pseudonym ‘Artist A and Artist B’.
Installation decayed on site over 5 years. 30 x 7m.

Scone to Tea, 2003
Edible Arts Festival; Napier. A tea set constructed from baked scone dough.
One day event followed by three-week exhibition. 400 x 300 x 200mm.

ArrRghT, 2003
Wellington Fringe Festival 2003: Wellington Harbour. 350 light bulbs forming the word ARRRGHT were installed three metres underwater. This sunken scream alluded to the complications involved in executing such a project. Three week duration. 11 x 2.6m.

Making a Difference in Art, 2002
Nelson Art Symposium, Nelson Arts Festival. Large 3-D letters: A, R, T were covered in found/second-hand artworks. Onto this surface were incorporated found/second-hand artworks which were modified to create the letters D, I, F, F, E, R, E, N, C, E.
1.2 x 2.4 x 1.2m.

Refuse Response, 2002
Muni, Korea. A daffodil image assembled from foodstuff cans that were collected from restaurants in the local area. Created at Nine Dragon Heads Art Symposium: The First Flower People. Work remained on site. 4 x 1 x 0.3m.

R-T, 2002
Vogel Building and Clear Tower, Wellington. The letters R and T were formed by choreographing the office lights of two large buildings in close proximity within the northern facing CBD of Wellington. One night duration. Two buildings, 15 floors high.

The Incinerator, 2000
Renaissance Gallery, Dunedin. Performance at opening of ‘Good as a Bought One’. Fiery inferno of a 2m diameter ball of wood assisted by six vacuum cleaners blowing. One night performance. 4 x 7 x 7m.

Laundry, 2000
Ex-Century Theatre site. Dunedin. Laundry on three rotary washing lines. Three week duration. 2 x 20 x 30m.

Black Rainbow, 2000
Ex Century Theatre site. Dunedin. Arch of 145 tyres erected on the politically loaded site of a tyre shop that was never built. Tyres, steel, rope. Three week duration.
2.5 x 5 x 1.2m.

Birds, 2000
Railway Station, Dunedin. Realistically modelled seagulls moulded in bread. Collaboration with Bekah Carran. One day duration. Variable dimensions.

Pic(k)-Nic, 2000
Central Dunedin. Four games. Pick the `Nic` from a choice of 8 faces. Collaboration with Bekah Carran. One week duration. 5 games @ 900 x 630mm.

Exhibitions
The Wood Show, 2013. The Vivian Gallery, Matakana. Various Privet tree works.
headlands Sculpture on the Gulf, 2013. Church Bay, Waiheke Island. Death Row.
McCahon residency project presentation, 2012. McCahon Incarnation, ?!, Kauri, Waterfalls.
Obstinate Object, 2012. Wellington City Gallery. McCahon Incarnation.
Floating, 2012. Solo exhibition. 30 Upstairs Gallery, Wellington, Whitespace and Corban Estate, Auckland.
New Zealand Art, 2011. Group show. Whitespace. World Conkerer.
Scape Christchurch Earthquake Recovery Auction, 2011. Achilles House, Auckland. Forthcoming Flower.
Auckland Art Fair, 2011. Whitespace. Bone to Pick.
Collected Fictions, 2011. Kim Paton's Waikato Museum forecourt project. Exiled Angel.
Of Gorse, of Course, 2011. Solo exhibition Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, Auckland.
World Conkerer, 2011. Exhibition HB Galerie, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
ArtAmsterdam Art Fair, 2011. We Like Art lounge, c/o HB Galerie. World Conkerer.
Fitax 500, 2011. Kunst en Complex, Rotterdam. Coloured Window - Discoloured Pencils.
Liberty Control, 2010. Duende, Rotterdam, Holland. Common Cold, Gezelligheid.
Make Way, 2009. Hirschfeld Gallery, City Gallery Wellington. Make Way.
Try This at Home, 2009. Solo show at Whitespace, Auckland. Bone to Pick, Lite Lunch, Farm Hand, Monkey Fist.
Sculpture in Central Otago, 2009. Rippon 2009. Wanaka. Recliner Rex.
Enjoy 100, 2009. Enjoy Public Art Gallery. Tie 100, Tie 1000.
Living Together, 2008. Hirschfield Gallery, Wellington City Gallery. Mark Maquette.
Near Nowhere, Near Impossible, 2008. Sarjeant Gallery, Wanganui. Numerous works.
Some Kind of Fact, Some Kind of Fiction, 2007. Engine Room. Raising the Stakes.
The Secret Life of Plants, 2007. Hirschfield Gallery, Wellington City Gallery. Oh Dear.
Norsewear Art Award, 2007. Hastings Exhibition Centre. Good? Yeah!
The Faux, 2007. Objectspace, Auckland. Chops.
Seed Gallery, 2006. Have a Ball - Christmas Show. 10x Toilet Rolls.
Of Gorse of Course, 2006 - 2008. Solo exhibition: Southland Art Gallery and Museum, Eastern Southland Gallery, The New Dowse, Sarjeant Gallery, Millennium Public Art Gallery.
SOCA Gallery Christmas Show, 2006. Recliner Rex.
Ellerslie Flower Show, 2006. Auckland Botanic Gardens. Recliner Rex.
Satellite project - NZ pavilion, 2006. Shanghai, China. Common Cold, Foot in the Door.
Trust Waikato Art Awards, 2006. Waikato Museum. Chop Chop.
Off Loop - New Zealand Scapes, 2006. Barcelona. Common Cold.
Super Natural, 2006. Physics Room, Christchurch. Holding My Breath, Common Cold.
Islanded: Contemporary Art from New Zealand, Singapore and Taiwan, 2006.
Adam Art Gallery, Wellington, I.C.A. Singapore. Common Cold, Take-aways.
Sculpture by the Sea, 2006. Cottesloe Beach, Perth, Australia. Recliner Rex.
Sculpture by the Sea, 2005. Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia. Recliner Rex.
Commodity and Delight: Views of Home, 2005. Sarjeant Gallery, Wanganui.
Chair, Nice Legs Lady.
Sculpture Inside, 2005. Maunsell Wicks Gallery, Bondi, Australia. Regina Recliner.
Anthony Harper Contemporary Art Awards, 2005. C.o.C.A., Christchurch. A Range.
Wonder Box, 2005. Nature Space, Te Papa Toangarewa. Pre-Te Papa Times.
House Work, 2005. Blue Oyster Gallery, Dunedin. Comfort Zone. Fountain. Chair. Flying Carpet.
Breathing Space, 2005. Physics Room, Christchurch. Re-jigged. Take-aways.
Sunday Specials: One Take, 2005. Govett - Brewster, New Plymouth. Common Cold.
Sculpture on the Gulf, 2005. Church Bay, Waiheke Island. Limousine Lounger.
Choice: Eclectic collection selection, 2004. Te Manawa, Palmerston North. Foot in the Door.
Enjoy 100, 2004. Enjoy Public Art Gallery, Wellington. Trays Bon.
The New Alchemists: Artworks in Reclaimed Materials, 2004.
Centre of Contemporary Art- Christchurch, Southland Museum and Art Gallery- Invercargill, The Dowse Art Museum- Lower Hutt, Te Manawa- Palmerston North, Millennium Public Art Gallery- Blenheim, Gippsland Regional Art Gallery- Victoria, Australia, Monash Gallery of Art- Victoria, Australia. Spoonies.
Milky Way Bar: New Wellington Artists, 2004. Hirschfield Gallery, Wellington. Foot in the Door.
Ouse Project, 2004. Electro House, Wellington. Facilitated by Shift. A Range, Coffin.
Take: 001, 2004. Enjoy Gallery, Wellington. Common Cold.
THIS ART Really Sucks, 2004. Rear-Window Gallery, Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
THIS ART Really Sucks.
Waikato National Art Award Summer, 2004. Waikato Society of Arts
Christchurch-church-church.
Fieldays No.8 Wire National Art Award, 2003. Te Awamutu Museum. Gilbert and Gentry.
Wordform Exhibition, 2003. Word Festival. Thistle Hall, Wellington. Sucker series: Cock, Yo, Muther.
Enjoy 100, 2003. Enjoy Gallery, Wellington. Nice Legs Lady. Bless me, could you pass me an issue.
Spat: Quality time with used Gum, 2002. Enjoy Gallery, Wellington.
Collaboration with Clemency Boyce. Installation of chewing gum and text.
One Chance, 2002. Olive Cafe, Wellington. Seating for Unwanted Guests.
Nine Dragon Heads Exhibition, 2002. Exhibition Hall, Muni, Korea. In Memorium.
Aureliae, 2000. Logan Park Art Gallery, Dunedin. Calici Conversation.
Site, 2000. Otago Polytechnic Art School, Dunedin. Numerous works.
Good as a Bought One, 2000. Renaissance Gallery, Dunedin. Numerous works.
Cleveland Art Awards, 2000. Railway Station, Dunedin. Tea Stirrer.
The Picnic, 2000. Railway Station, Dunedin. Poster walls, Dunedin. Midland Park, Wellington. Pic(k)-Nic, Birds, Ode to Small Girls Savaged by Birds.
N.C.C. Art Awards, 2000. Christchurch Convention Centre, Christchurch. Tea Trolley.

Publicity
6 Feb 2013Waiheke Marketplace. p. 28. Stocked with stories. George Gardner.
6 Feb 2013Eyecontact. http://www.eyecontactsite.com/2013/02/outdoor-sculpture-on-waiheke
25 Jan 2013Waiheke Radio. Discussing Death Row.
Jan/Feb 2013 Sculpture magazine. p.24-5. Auckland’s “headland” Sculpture on the Gulf. Robin Woodward.
Summer 2012ArtNews. p. 96. Revisiting the Summer of Love. Sue Gardiner.
9 April 2012http://www.eyecontactsite.com/2012/04/the-stubbornness-of-sculpture and http://www.eyecontactsite.com/2012/04/the-stubbornness-of-sculpture-2
13 March 2012NZ Herald. Decoration moves close to sculpture ~ TJ McNamara.
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/arts-literature/news/article.cfm?c_id=18&objectid=10788217.
24 Feb 2012http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/CU1202/S00316/the-obstinate-object-contemporary-new-zealand-sculpture.htm
30 Nov 2011The Dominion Post. p.A8. Gallery splashes out on flowing water sculpture.
2 Nov 2011Auckland City Harbour News. P.7. Sculptor on show at college sale.
23 Oct OTD http://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/183669/harbour-molars-mutilated
Oct 2011http://architecturenow.co.nz/articles/sculpture-on-show/
Winter 2011Art News. p.81. When the dust settles.
22 May 2011Dagblad, Rotterdam, Netherlands. Monumentale boom krijgt ‘houten jas’.
14 Feb 2011 ODT. Monday’s Poem. Harbour Mouth Molars. Jenny Powell.3
13 Jan 2011Art seen: The great outdoors. James Dignan.
http://www.odt.co.nz/entertainment/arts/144000/art-seen-great-outdoors
28 Dec 2010Otago Daily Times. Smile gets brighter.
http://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/142419/smile-gets-brighter
20 Dec 2010Otago Daily Times. p.1. Molar capped festive fashion.
http://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/141504/molar-capped-festive-fashion
19 Nov 2010Otago Daily Times. Wisdom seen in some extra gleam.
www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/137054/wisdom-seen-some-extra-gleam
19 April 2010. Otago Daily Times. Bite or Blight. And let’s brush up on what art is.
16 April 2010. Otago Daily Times. Molar rage: it's all about the abscess. http://www.odt.co.nz/blogs/anna-chinn/102107/molar-rage-it039s-all-about-abscess
14 April 2010. Otago Daily Times. In your face where nothing grew before. Simon Cunliffe. http://www.odt.co.nz/opinion/opinion/101543/in-your-face-where-nothing-grew?page=0%2C1
12 April 2010. Otago Daily Times, p.1. Sculptor, supporters brave the winds of change. http://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/101314/sculptor-supporters-brave-winds-change
12 April 2010. Channel 9. 6 o’clock news. Teeth Sculptures Accepted. http://www.ch9.co.nz/content/teeth-sculptures-accepted-dcc
11 April 2010. National Radio NZ. Arts on Sunday. Harbour molars ~ Lyn Freeman.
9 April 2010. Otago Daily Times, Editorial. Public art.
http://www.odt.co.nz/opinion/editorial/100885/public-art.
8 April 2010. TV 3 News. Oamaru tooth sculptures add new taste to Dunedin. http://www.3news.co.nz/Oamaru-tooth-sculptures-add-new-taste-to-Dunedin/tabid/420/articleID/150161/Default.aspx
8 April 2010. Otago Daily Times, p.1. Criticism goes with the territory: artist. http://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/100737/criticism-goes-with-territory-artist
1 April 2010. Otago Daily Times, p.3. Dental fixture still to be polished. http://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/99984/dental-fixture-still-be-polished
March 2010. http://www.el-burro.org/issue1.html. Contributor.
27 Sept 2009. Sunday Star Times Magazine, p.19. Caning it ~ Emily Simpson.
6 Sept 2009. National Radio NZ, Arts on Sunday. Make Way ~ Amelia Nurse.
27 July 2009. Dominion Post, A7. Making inroads at new look gallery.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/arts/2805079/Making-inroads-at-new-look-gallery
25 June 2009. Dominion Post, p.A2. Sculpture echoes Te Aro’s past.
3 Dec 2008. Capital Times. p.4. Gentry appeal.
1 Dec 2008. Dominion Post. p.A4. Changing face of a bypass ~ Stacey Wood.
Nov 2008. Sculpture.vol.27, No.9. p.20. Christchurch: Sculpture as Urban Design Strategy ~ John Finlay. http://www.sculpture.org/documents/scmag08/nov_08/christchurch/christchurch.shtml
4-10 Oct 2008. Listener. p.44. Going Public ~ Sally Blundell.
http://www.listener.co.nz/issue/null/artsbooks/11988/going_public.html
Nov-Feb 2008. ArtZone. No.27, p.27-34. Flowering Sculptor ~ Aaron Watson. http://www.artzone.co.nz/article.aspx?aid=68
8 Sept 2008. The Press, Christchurch. p. A4. Tower of Power rules over Christchurch
plaza. http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/christchurch/616988
7 August 2008. The Press, Christchurch. p. A1. Artist portrays Canterbury’s changing face ~ Christopher Moore.
6 August 2008. The Press, Christchurch. p.D1. Electric city ~ Rosa Sheils.
5 August 2008. The Press. New Christchurch sculpture revealed. http://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/arts/568977
8 June 2008. National Radio NZ. Maungaparua Soldier Resettlement ~ Lyn Freeman.4 March 2008 Dominion Post, A8. Tree sculpture felled by festival ~ Dave Burgess.
Summer 2008. Art NZ. No.129. p.30-31. Christchurch review ~ Harold Grieves.
Summer 2008. Art News. p.122. Fertile Field of Experimentation.
Summer 2008. School Journal. Part 3, No.3. p.8-15. Wired ~ Iona McNaught.
29 May 2008. River City Press: The Good News Paper. vol.24. no. 20. A useless bridge being created ~ Laurel Stowell.
12 Jan 2008. Wanganui Chronicle. p.A4. Of gorse, it’s all done in good humour ~ Mary Bryan.
5-11 Dec 2007. Capital Times. p.2. Islands on the wharf.
7 Dec 2007. Dominion Post, A6. Art of making do with No 8 wire.
Winter 2007. Protect: Magazine of the New Zealand Biosecurity Institute. p.26.
July/August 2007. Idealog magazine. Now p.26. Of Gorse of Course.
July 2007. Kia Ora magazine. Pulse p.92. Of Gorse of Course.
July 2007. Open2view magazine. No.3, p.13. Of Gorse of Course.
27 June 2007. Dominion Post, D2. Gorse used in the service of art ~ Mark Amery.
June/July 2007. The Shed. V3, No.1, p.4. Gorse, of course.
June 2007. Big Idea. Q&A interview. Of Gorse of Course.
28 June 2007. Good Morning TV1, Of Gorse of Course.
10 June 2007. Of Gorse of Course floor talk at the Dowse.
10 June 2007. ZMFM 10am. Of Gorse of Course.
5 June 2007. Nightline TV3, Of Gorse of Course.
3 June 2007. Radio Active. Of Gorse of Course.
30 May 2007. Capital Times p.12. Gorse Rash.
22 May 2007. Hutt News p.1. Of Gorse of Course.
Winter 2007. ArtNews. v 27, no 2, p. 62-64. Profile – Sharp Intelligence.
28 March 2007. National Radio. Talking about - The Secret Life of Plants.
1 Feb 2007. Capital Times. p.2. Bypass sculpture to be bypassed?
Dec 2006. The Southland Times. Reviled Weed inspires 10 related works.
22 Dec 2006. Otago Southland Farmer p.1, 3. Gorse of Course.
21 April 2006. Dominion Post p.B9. Swapping notes with other small islands ~ Mark Amery.
Feb – March 2006. Common cold still image used for Islanded poster.
28 Feb 2006. BFM. Interview along with Emily Cormack about Supernatural.
17 Nov 2005. Hello! p.115. Image of Recliner Rex with my name in caption.
3 Nov 2005. Dominion Post p.A3. Artrwork puts others in the shade.
May 2005. Presto. Re: Breathing Space ~ Sally Ann McIntyre.
27 April 2005. Canta, issue 7, Arts. Re: Breathing Space ~ Jkasper Jhons.
Winter 2005. Art New Zealand, issue 115, p.88 - 91, 99. Under the radar: The Interventions of Dane Mitchell & Regan Gentry.
10–16 March 2005. New Zealand Educational Review Vol. 10, No 9. p.1. Cover story. Big chair for big holidays.
3 February 2005. Gulf News p.1. Cover image of Limousine Lounger with Helen Clarke (New Zealand Prime Minister) posing beside it.
Summer 2004-2005. Art New Zealand, issue 113, p.42. Wellington ~ Rebecca Rice.http://www.art-newzealand.com/Issue113/exhibitionswn.htm
20 August 2004. Dominion Post p.B8. Art, urban jungle style ~ Mark Amery.
Winter 2004. Urbis p.20. One man`s junk.
Winter 2004. Art New Zealand, issue 111, p.48. Wellington ~ Rebecca Rice.
5 May 2004. 68 Feet and Rising. Forum on Foot in the Door held at the Sarjeant Gallery
March 2004. On Arts - Nga Korero Toi, issue 29, p.24. Best foot forward.
March 2004. New Zealand House and Garden p.84.Virtually There ~ Kim Rutter.
15 March 2004. Dominion Post p.A9. Hot concepts singled out for Fringe Awards.
5 March 2004. Dominion Post p.B12. Art flowing through the streets ~ Mark Amery.
28 Feb 2004. Radio Active, Caffeine and Aspirin, 1pm. Interview with Gemma Gracewood.
16 Feb 2004. Capital Times p.6. Organised rubbish.
10 Feb 2004. Marlborough Express One foot is far enough for Regan.
8 Feb 2004. Sunday Star Times p.A5. Galleries won`t give an inch over foot-long art work ~ Kim Knight.
13 March 2003. Hawke`s Bay Today p.29.
10 March 2003. Breakfast TV.
12 Feb 2003. Capital Times p.12. ArrRghT for ArrRghT sake.
Feb 2003. North & South p.117. Wellington Fringe Festival.
Dec 2002. Wellington`s Waterfront newsletter - Splash: p.2.
11 Sept 2002. Fresh FM Nelson, 7am. Making a Difference in Art. Interview with Matt Lawry.
19 August 2002. Fresh FM Nelson. Interview with Matt Lawry.
17 August 2002. Listener p.65. Press release of the week.
10 August 2002. Dominion Post p.2. An exhibition that`s sure to stick with you ~ Tom Cardy.
7 August 2002. National Radio, Arts programme – What`s going on.
7 August 2002. Capital Times p.11. By gum.
5 August 2002. New Zealand Herald p.B6. Arts and Minds.
3 Nov 2000. Otago Daily Times p.19. Good as a bought one ~ Fleur Robinson.
16 Oct 2000. Otago Daily Times p.4. Artists on fringe inspired by success of events ~ Mark Hotton.
9 Sept 2000. Otago Daily Times p.5. Sculptor`s art a tyring proposition ~ Mark Hotton.
30 August 2000. Channel 9 TV. Definitely Dunedin. 6pm.
30 August 2000. Otago Daily Times p.5. Temporary arch for former Century Theatre site ~ Fiona Hill.

Awards
Tylee Cottage Residency. 6 months. Near Nowhere, Near Impossible. 2007.
Kids Choice Award, Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe, Perth. Recliner Rex. 2006.
William Hodges artist in residence, Invercargill. 4 months. Of Gorse, of Course. 2005.
Fringe NZ 2004 Original Concept Award and Outdoor Award for Skip it. 2004.
Merit award: Waikato National Art Award Summer for Christchurch-church-church. 2004.
Third and People’s Choice: Fieldays No.8 Wire National Art Award for Gilbert and Gentry. 2003.
Fringe NZ 2003 Technical Excellence Award, Wellington Fringe Festival for ArrRghT. 2003.

Collections
Dunedin City Council. 2010. Harbour Mouth Molars.
Wellington Botanic Gardens. 2009. Green Islands.
Weliington City Council. 2009. Subject to Change.
Christchurch City Council. 2008. Flour Power.
Sarjeant Gallery. 2008. The End of the Tether.
James Wallace Trust. 2005. Takeaways.
Phil Price and Connells Bay Sculpture Trust Project. 2007. Of Gorse of Course (complete).
Connells Bay Sculpture Park. 2007. Skeleton Trees.
Southland Museum and Art Gallery. 2006. A Multitude of Pricks.
Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch. 2004. Christchurch-church-church.
National Library Gallery of New Zealand, Sarjeant Gallery, Creative New Zealand, Judith Tizard - Associate Minister of the Arts. 2004. Foot in the Door.
Otago Polytechnic School of Art. 2000. Projector.