Launch event tonight, 5.30pm Ground Floor, City Library
An exhibition of photography + poetry
"The sky can speak." ~ Carlos Biggemann
We welcome you to an exhibition of sky photography by award winning photographer Carlos Biggemann, with poetry by Dunedin and international poets
Creating a book of sky photography and poetry has long been a dream for Carlos Biggemann. The Cumulus exhibition comprises a selection of work from our collaborative book-in-development project: Cumulus: an anthology of skies. Edited by Kirstie McKinnon and Steve Smart, Cumulus: an anthology of skies gathers Biggemann's emotionally charged photographs together with the immediacy of contemporary poetry to create a unique and thought-provoking reflection on humanity and the skies above us. Themes include: connection, separation, longing, awe, climate crisis and hope. A collection of stunning visual and literary art, the work is rich in perspective and poetic resonance.
About Carlos Biggemann:
Award winning photographer Carlos Biggemann has lived in New Zealand for 14 years. He completed his studies at Aoraki Polytechnic graduating with a Certificate in Digital Photography in 2012. Since graduating, Carlos has spent the majority of his time photographing — the majestic Carnaval de Oruro, dramatic skies, travel photography and marvellous New Zealand landscapes. Through Carlos' work and lens he wants to make a better world. Cumulus is Carlos’ sixth exhibition. https://carlosbiggemannphotography.com/
About the Poets:
Published in New Zealand and overseas, some of us have won awards, all of us are dedicated to the art of poetry. We aspire, through collaboration and creative expression to represent and speak for our world.
Claire Arthur ~ Claire Beynon ~ Jonathan Cweorth ~ Judy Fisher ~ Cynthia Greensill ~ Megan Kitching ~ Claire Lacey ~ Kirstie McKinnon ~ Lissa Moore ~ Martha Morseth ~ Steve Smart ~ Nicola Thorstensen ~ Rushi Vyas ~ Iona Winter
Creating together, inspiring each other, writing the sky.
You are warmly invited to attend the launch event - poetry reading and floor talk: Thursday 8th April, 5.30 pm