‘…here, those beautifully observed planes and shadows hint at something as menacing as de Chirico’s melancholy streets. Elsewhere the suggestion of the surreal is pushed to utterly compelling limits…’
- Hamish Clayton,‘Wellington Observed: A Photographic Portfolio by Camus Wyatt’
Art New Zealand, Autumn 2013
b. 1986, New Zealand.
My work examines our connections with the world through thought and geography. These images combine a deeply personal vision of the observable world with a love for joyous sensuality, and the immersive beauty of light and form. I draw on ideas from many mediums including painting, literature and film.
Street Light, 2008-2010, Photospace, Wellington, New Zealand, February-March 2011.
Ephemeral Joys, Photospace, Wellington, New Zealand, February-March 2013.
Pouwhenua, 30Upstairs, Wellington, New Zealand, February-March 2016.
a thin streak of light, Photospace, Wellington, New Zealand, February-April 2019.