• Angela Singer

A bold colourful future where flora and fauna lose their boundaries by adapting to survive fills Angela Singer’s new exhibition of arresting stitched wall works and sculptures of handmade and found materials, including vintage taxidermy.

Beautiful yet also captivatingly strange, her work imagines how animals and plants might create new forms of life through unusual mutations to survive the human assault on the planet. Pairing the recognisable with abstract, she conjures mutable boundaries transforming under the pressure of sped-up unnatural cycles of creation and destruction, bloom and decay.

Angela Singer’s work was featured in a solo exhibition Second Sight, Dowse Museum in (2020/21), and included in exhibitions Curious Creatures & Marvellous Monsters Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (2018), and Dead Animals, or the Curious Occurrence of Taxidermy in Contemporary Art, David Winton Bell Gallery, List Art Center, Rhode Island, USA (2016).

Opening Hours

  • Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm
  • Saturday, 10am-4pm


  • 189 Ponsonby Road
  • Ponsonby, Auckland 1011