Story: Sculpture and installation art

New Zealand Memorial: finer details (1st of 2)

New Zealand Memorial: finer details

This photograph shows the detailing work for the New Zealand Memorial in London in progress at sculptor Paul Dibble's Palmerston North workshop. The sixteen bronze standards were textured with patterns, words, raised images and three-dimensional models. Many of these depicted familiar New Zealand plants, people and activities.

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Mark Stocker, 'Sculpture and installation art - Post-object art and alternatives', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 5 December 2023)

Story by Mark Stocker, published 22 Oct 2014