Mike lives in New Zealand and graduated with a Fine Arts Degree and the Sculpture Prize in 1997.
His work over the last decade or so has evolved into photographically creating partially plausible truths; proposing new possibilities for the toys and models of childhood play.
Most recently it has evolved to constructing and painting plastic kitsets with a war theme, a guilty pleasure revisited.
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Mike has a number of works in public and private collections in New Zealand and in private collections in Australia.
Comments and feedback are always very welcome.
•Exhibitions; recent and upcoming.
•My work with toys; art critic James Dignan’s perspective
•Mike’s sculpture meets science head on- a conversation with neuroscientist Brian Hyland; https://corpus.nz/concerning-anxiety-art-meets-neuroscience/
•Fringe Festival Billboard project (Image below)
•Audio project- Disentangling and resurrecting discarded bits of audio cassette tape