Publications which intimately capture people's stories and reveal the significance of our connection to place.
An intimate and moving account of the last months of a man's life, and the close relationship he shared with his loving family.
Thx 4 the Memories
THX 4 THE MEMORIES was a Place in Time project that formed a major part of the Christchurch Arts Festival, 2013. Opening on the 22nd of August and running until the 22nd of September, the show was located on Worcester Boulevard between the Arts Centre's market square and Cathedral Square. This e-book is a digital publication of the material that made up that show.
The Man With No Arms & Other Stories
Captures with compelling authenticity the intimate stories of nine people who live daily with the reality of a disability. They speak candidly of growing up, the importance of work, family, relationships and of wanting to be treated like everyone else.
These Are the Days
These are the Days is a story conveyed with photographs and text about a family dealing with grief and illness after Ib Glover’s diagnosis with breast cancer.
Ask Me to Dance
A brave, tender and honest account of a young woman’s experience with pregnancy and her struggle to make a decision about abortion.
Red Bus Diary
Based on countless journeys made over a three year period on the Christchurch bus system, Red Bus Diary documents through insightful images and text a series of interactions and observations, both public and personal
Stories and photographs that reveal the significance of our connection with places of importance and their impact on our lives.
My Own Shade of Brown
Documents the successes and struggles of six Samoan people living in Christchurch. A portrayal of identity in a place not yet fully familiar, it recounts the need to preserve the known and understand the new.
The Harbour and I; I and the Harbour
An intimate and poetic book about Lyttelton Harbour, the adopted home of photographer, Ellie Waters.
This book is a work in progress, and was produced during Ellie's fourth year of study at the school of Fine Arts, University of Canterbury.
In One's Own Land
Sam’s family survived the Cambodian Genocide–they were escaping from imprisonment when he was born. As a small child, he lived horrific experiences at the Khao-I-Dang refugee camp in Thailand. His early life is a crude example of what no child should have to endure; yet his life now is an example to follow. Sam reveals his story with sincerity and openness. He tells of his transformation, the various hardships duri his life, and also the acceptance he has found as a refugee in New Zealand.
In One's Own Land was produced by Janneth Gill as part of her third year of study at the School of Fine Arts, University of Canterbury.
To You, From Me
A collaborative book by photographer Abi Keene and Victoria Postlethwaite. Completed within Abi's fourth year of study within the photography studio at the School of Fine Arts, University of Canterbury, To You, From Me is an intimate account of a friendship between two young women and some of the realities faced by teenagers as they navigate the path from adolescence to adulthood.
This Free Life
A lyrical account of young people navigating their senior school and teenage years.
This Free Life was produced by Jessica Ward as part of her fourth year of studies within the School of Fine Arts, University of Canterbury.
Catalogue of the Place in Time endorsed exhibition of the same name, held at The Welder, Christchurch, 2017.