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