16 March – 14 April
Rebecca McNab’s works introduce some lesser known myths and considers their underlying messages. Could Medusa’s ability to turn men to stone be a way of protecting herself from violence, rather than the actions of a villain? Associated with death and bad luck, are ravens dark creatures or is it just a case of shooting the messenger?
Baxter is a short narrative with pictures by Maree Cole, “Meet Baxter. He knows what he’s doing. He knows what you’re doing as well. Staying in the shadows and sneaking around is his forte. He’s in the business of knowing your secrets and keeping his mouth shut. It will be a cold rainy night in hell before you put one over on him.”
Opening Event: Monday 16 March 5.30-7pm
EASTSIDE Opening Hours: Tues-Sat 11am-4pm
388 Worcester Street, Christchurch