Director Paul Judge initially planned to make a short documentary to mark Govett-Brewster Art Gallery's 1999 exhibition celebrating the work of sculptor and pop artist Don Driver. But ultimately he decided to make this feature-length film about Driver's highly original artistic vision. Taranaki-based Driver was self-taught; he had a magpie's eye for discarded materials, and his sculptures and installations regularly created controversy with their explorations of the human unconscious.
Don Driver would be the most superb colourist of any of the artists I could mention in New Zealand ...– Artist Michael Smither talks about Don Driver's eye for colour
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