To move into a state of nonexistence.
Sandra Howlett’s work centres around the land that we take for granted. There needs to be greater dialogue to ensure that what we have stays for the future generations that follow us. We are merely caretakers of it. What physical and metaphorical footprints are we leaving?
What bigger game are we playing? Even if we win, what is left?
This is a show of old and new works that play to each other. Collated in one place are Sandra's observations of the detritus and destruction left by humans.
Sandra is currently the Head of Arts at Sacred Heart College Napier and has been teaching Visual Art in the secondary setting for 28 years.
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