Artist

  • Cindy Huang
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(Poem and exhibition title). A ceramic-based exhibition of an assembled past of Chinese gold miners in the Otago region by Cindy Huang, a tauiwi artist of Chinese descent from Rotorua. The handwritten poem functions as an exhibition title and an intimate glimpse into a delicate process of considerations made. Existing together neither poem nor artwork is complete with another.


ABOUT CINDY HUANG:

Cindy Huang is an emerging artist currently based in Tāmaki Makaurau | Auckland. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) from Elam School of Fine Art (2019) and a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Media (2018), and a Master in Heritage Conservation in Museum and Cultural Heritage (2022) from the University of Auckland. Huang’s multidisciplinary practice is grounded in an exploration of Chinese identity and from a Chinese-specific, tauiwi lens. Working in the mode of object-based installation, she recreates the gallery space using hand built ceramics, painting and found objects. Recent exhibitions include: Counter-Site: On-site, Project Space (2018), All Eyes, George Fraser Gallery (2018), The Beaglehole’s Problem, Meanwhile (2020), A Footnote on New Zealand History, Corban Estate Arts Centre (2021) and Twin Cultivation (2022) – a participatory public installation across two spaces in Auckland.

Open Hours

  • Monday - Saturday: 9am-5pm
  • Sunday: 10am-4pm

Location

  • Dart House
  • 11/12 Hawthorne Drive
  • Frankton, Queenstown 9300