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Pink Bits

15 February 2017 — 28 February 2017

PINK BITS is a collection of works from six contemporary artists, each charmed by their own rosy-fingered dawn. Including both retrospective and new works.


Tom Mackie

(BFA) (MFA) Otago School of Fine Art.

Wellington based Artist inspired by the everyday and the transformative power of circumstance or situation

Ed Bats

Ed Bats is a mixed-media artist, born in Cape Town, South Africa, and now resides in Wellington. 

Bats uses commercial and industrial materials, with an interest in the intersection of the ready-made and abstraction. He has exhibited nationally and internationally, and produced mural works around New Zealand, Australia and Europe. 

Harry Culy

Harry Culy is a photographer based in Wellington, New Zealand. 

He likes to make books and has a not for profit company called Bad News Books and a psychic cat called Hank. His work is drawn from observations within everyday life, with a particular emphasis on slowing down the process and taking in each moment of his practise.

Josephine Jelicich

Josephine Jelicich is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Wellington, New Zealand. 

Jelicich is interested in using different cheap and found materials like; concrete, glass, fabric, paint, to create her DIY minimal work. 

Robyn Daly

Tyler Jackson

Tyler Jackson is a Wellington based disciplinary artist practising across installation, sculpture and expanded painting. 

He is interested in investigating phenomenological properties of experiencing light and colour through engagement of space and seeing. Jackson looks to cover ideas in his work that raises questions into perception, experience, immersion and space.