Friday, October 15, 2010

The New Zealand Listener in support of the arts

"Howitt recounts the time Whineray, doing work experience on an Edgecumbe dairy farm, was asked by the farmer to build a picnic table. There was also a dead cow t o be buried. When the farmer came home, he found the cow artfully upended in a hole out the front of the house, table planks nailed to its hooves. The farmer failed to appreciate something that, these days, might very well make it to the Venice Biennale."
Captain Perfect’ by Diana Wichtel. NZ Listener October 9-15 2010