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Research from Cyndy McKenzie
College of Art, Design and Architecture
Cyndy is a practicing textile artist who teaches textiles in the School of Design Fashion programmes. Within her practice, she has predominantly worked in the field of Fashion/Art Installation over the past ten years, and her work, exhibited both in New Zealand and Australia, situates her practice as a maker and a collector. Cyndy likes work that evolves from an immediate response to a material, a place, a space or a surface.
McKenzie, C. (2018)
construing space. Solo exhibition, DSA Gallery, Dunedin 3-6 September.
Mckenzie, C. (2008)
Hatricks, an exhibition of head art. Art works at the Hilton, The Hilton Hotel, Auckland. 25th August - 30th August 2008. One exhibition piece, hair bonnet.
Mckenzie, Cyndy. (2006)
Perspective, see, seeing, seen. Ararat Contempary Textile Gallery, Ararat, Victoria, Australia. Catalogue for "Consequence of Proximity", exhibition run in conjunction with "Fragile Objects" exhibition. An installation consisting of eight pieces, 6`x1`, with the publication of my works and text in the international journal Textile Fiber Forum.
Mckenzie, Cyndy. (2008)
Context dress/fashion/textiles. The Costume & Textile Association of New Zealand. ISSN 1176-3132 Context, Issue 16; November 2008, page 29.