Twisted sister

NZ artist, Anne Shelton, featured in Vancouver’s annual gallery-crawl, Swarm  described as “for many … the only gallery-going to be accomplished all year.” Shelton’s eerie photographic diptychs portray the scenes of actual murders: “Each location, photographed in a cinematic style, forces the viewer to consider the ways we fictionalise tragedy – we make stories, movies, myths, out of someone else’s disaster. The broad daylight in these landscapes is a deep freeze; the absence of any human life makes them gorgeously austere.”


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Charlotte Rampling at Centre of Likeable Juniper

Charlotte Rampling at Centre of Likeable Juniper

“Juniper is a drama with black comic edges about a fragmented family, and the unexpectedly life-affirming influence of its particularly tetchy matriarch. In the lead role is Charlotte Rampling, an actor…