Unnatural Selection : What Darwin Missed

David Lloyd and Sean Crawford come together for this spectacular collaborative exhibition, aptly named “Unnatural Selection: What Darwin Missed”.

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When Charles Darwin coined the term Natural Selection; to explore the idea of evolutionary change as an observable example of the survival mechanisms present within nature, there was a strong belief that much of what the animal kingdom encompassed was known. However, as time has proven through the likes of the ‘flat earth model’, sometime fact and belief are two very different things. David Lloyd and Sean Crawford come together for this spectacular collaborative exhibition, aptly named “Unnatural Selection: What Darwin Missed”. Characteristic of these artists and their work, this exhibition promises to encompass the abstract and the aesthetically pleasing, while possibly making you question all that you once thought you knew. Sean Crawford will be in attendance for the opening on the 9th of September at 5:30pm to 7pm, and the exhibition will be on display through to the 30th of September.

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Form Gallery

3 Sep 2015

Form Gallery exists to showcase and retail the work of New Zealand contemporary object and jewellery artists; it was established in 1993 by Koji Miyazaki in Christchurch's Cathedral Square, New Zealand.