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Jeff Thomson

23 Jan

Jeff Thomson, 2000. Photo: Sonja van Kerkhoff

Jeff Thomson, 2000.
Photo: Sonja van Kerkhoff


Born: 1957, Auckland, 
Aotearoa | New Zealand.
http://www.jeffthomson.co.nz

Thomson graduated BFA from Elam SFA (1981) and has work in the collection of the Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa and well as numerous public and private collections.

Public Commission,  Haystack  2009 Temporary Sculpture Project  Connells Bay Centre for Sculpture, Waiheke Island, Auckland  Hay, wire netting, timber, clearlite roofing  5000mm x 3000mm x 2700mm

Public Commission, Haystack, 2009,
Temporary Sculpture Project Connells Bay Centre for Sculpture, Waiheke Island.
Materials: Hay, wire netting, timber, clearlite roofing.
5000mm x 3000mm x 2700mm

Jeff Thomson is most known for his corrugated iron sculptures which are often recreations of objects such as animals, birds or flora. He also uses corrugated iron as a medium for installations such as his corrugated iron watertanks which are in fact installations of water and objects in motion. His haystacks made out of corrugated hay made for Connells Bay is an installation that verges on land art.

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