Daniel Crooks

Two Rooms • 25 May - 7 July

Opens 6pm on Thursday 24 May
Hours 11am – 6pm Tues – Fri & 11am – 3pm Sat
Where 16 Putiki Street Newton Auckland Central
  09 360 5900
Artists Daniel Crooks
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Daniel Crooks is a Melbourne-based New Zealander whose breath-taking photographic and digital video works have been exhibited in major international exhibitions.

He began his ongoing Time Slice project in 1999, exploring alternative models of spatio-temporal representation through the moving image.  One of the main threads of this investigation is the formal treatment of time as a spatial dimension, as a tangible and malleable material.   Crooks' Imaginary Objects series is abstract but engaging, still but moving. The works, with their vaguely familiar, half-real objects cast adrift by time and space, begin with the tradition of still life but end as gently moving portraits


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Daniel Crooks; ImaginaryObject#14

Imaginary Object #14, 2006. Lambda Print 102cm x 102cm. Courtesy of the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery. Daniel Crooks.