Part one of three from this full length episode.
Part two of three from this full length episode.
Part three of three from this full length episode.
Credits from this episode.
In this installment of Sticky Pictures' award-winning art series, the show visits the idiosyncratic Matthew Squire of Levin — whose emergence as a painter in the wake of a life-changing accident is retold with poignant wit. Back in Wellington, Kerry Ann-Lee explains the influence of her Chinese heritage and hardcore-punk on her prolific run of 'zines' and collage-based work. Finally, conceptual artist Gill Gatfield prepares for an exhibition of sculptures using materials as varied as grass, electrified wire and disposable nappies.
It (my painting) does have child-like qualities, but some children are intelligent, so I think my paintings are an intelligent child’s paintings.– Matthew Squire
Kerry Ann-Lee segment features the song “Always At The Border” by DIAL