Posted Tuesday 05 Jun 2018
In a new essay published by Contemporary HUM, London-based writer Eleanor Woodhouse takes an in-depth look at the work of the prolific, interdisciplinary New Zealand artist, poet and filmmaker, Joanna Margaret Paul. Devout to both her practice and faith, Paul passed away suddenly in 2003 leaving behind a vast archive of never before seen work, including thousands of poems, negatives, drawings and paintings-many of which still remain uncatalogued. In her essay, Woodhouse explores Paul's practice, and considers the significance of her work being shown abroad, most recently the programme of her filmic work touring the UK. Presented by filmmaker and curator Peter Todd, the programme (Through a Different Lens / Film Work by Joanna Margaret Paul) is the first collection to make Paul's work available to an international audience and will continue touring until the end of June 2018.