“We often use colour as a tool, whether it is to enhance an object’s detail or to visualize what ordinarily could never be seen by the human eye.”
Shaun Waugh is a Wellington based artist whose practice explores the artistic and technical aspects of the photographic medium. Waugh’s box-lids and drop-shadows photographs are as much deadpan empirical, observations of his selected subjects as they are philosophical proof that ‘seeing is believing’, or that the act of sight is facilitated through a commitment to belief.
Listen to him speak about his practice at Two Rooms’ Stand (B1) at 11:30am on Sunday 27 May.
Two Rooms (B1)