David Clegg

some projects around walking, reading and listening, in place and out of place


copyright © 2019 David Clegg and the authors

Indexhibit

loca projects / correction 2017
commissioned for the reopening of the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery and Len Lye Centre in 2015, and exhibited there Aug 6–Nov 5, 2017 in Gallery one and the passageway between the two buildings.

40 works, 42.0 x 31.2 cm, comprising c-type prints, found postcards, index cards
20 sound recordings via CD player and headphones on reading table
found benches

A3 room sheet
text by Abby Cunnane
image from loca projects / correction
250 copies

A3 list of works

the selected text for loca projects / correction was Wittgenstein’s Nephew by Thomas Bernhard, translated by David McLintock, published by Vintage Books, New York in 2009, it was originally published in German as Wittgensteins Neffe by Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, in 1982

Supported by Creative New Zealand, with special thanks to Simon Rees, Tendai John Mutambu and Jonathan Gehan

Cunnane, Abby I too walk in the mornings / Electrons, molecules, brittlestars, jellyfish, coral reefs, dogs, rocks, icebergs, plants, asteroids stray from all calculable paths loca projects / correction Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, 2017

McAvoy, Emil Walk the Talk EyeContact, 2017