Lisa Clunie - artist info
Lisa Clunie lives and works in Northland New Zealand. She graduated with a Masters of Philosophy from the Australian National University in 2014, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Otago Polytechnic in 1996. Lisa's photographic practice is largely analogue-based. Her research is underpinned by interests in phenomenology - in particular the experience and perception of time - and the capacity to find wonder in nature and the everyday.
Lisa Clunie's first exhibition at Photospace Gallery was 'Lost Properties' - a collaboration with Cathy Tuato'o Ross - in September-October 2001.
Selected solo exhibitions include Diagram of Forces, School of Art Gallery, The Australian National University, Canberra; Photospace, Wellington (2014); and Geoff Wilson Gallery, Whangarei (2013).
Selected group exhibitions include Emanations: The Art of the Cameraless Photograph, The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth (2016); The Alchemists: Rediscovering Photography in the Age of the Jpeg, Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney (2015); Light, Geoff Wilson Gallery, Whangarei (2015); A Return to the Dark Ages, Silver Project Space, Auckland (2014); Eyes on Main Street, Wilson, North Carolina, USA (2014); Living World, Geoff Wilson Gallery, Whangarei (2012); Observing the Transit of Venus, Photospace Gallery, The Australian National University, Canberra (2012); On the Wing, The Old Library, Whangarei (2011); Beginning, Middle, End, School of Art Gallery, The Australian National University, Canberra (2009); In the making of chalk, E-North Gallery, Whangarei (2008); and Astray, Temple Gallery, Dunedin (2006).