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  Christopher Dean Peter Hofer John Hyatt Drummond Masterton  
  MIRIAD 3D Design Group Adam Nash Mark Palmer rootoftwo  
  Soda Jen Southern Michael Trainor Lee Vincent  
  Marcus Williams/Susan Jowsey Derrick Woodham      
           
 
Marcus Williams & Susan Jowsey - Everybodies Somebodies Fool 2002
“Everybodies somebodies Fool” Connie Francis, 1960. The pelt worn by Siamese twins is a tight fit. Their flesh one, words reduced to a ribbon of love songs woven tightly around their throat … “Why can’t this Be Love?” Van Halen, 1986. Lost to images of a future, withering within their skin touch a wasteland of silence whilst an oasis of scarcely remembered tunes hangs in the air. “You don’t have to say you love me” Dusty Springfield, 1966. This work evokes the inextricable relationship between the emotional state of love with all its fury and the popular culture of its outpouring. “Love is a battlefield” Pat Benatar, 1985.

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Marcus Williams and Susan Jowsey are New Zealand based artists. Marcus is currently a Lecturer in Photography and Design, UNITEC, Auckland. Marcus received an MFA from RMIT Melbourne, BFA Auckland, Cert Prof Photography, Cert Adult Education. Susan has an M Phil Fine Arts (Hons), BA, Dip 3D Design (Dist). They have exhibited extensively together and separately. Recent collaborative works/exhibitions include “A little bit country, a little bit rock and roll” at Artwalk Gallery, Amsterdam (2003); “Don’t Leave Me this Way” Blue Oyster Gallery, Dunedin New Zealand (2002); “I May Never Pass This Way Again” Finalist Annual Contemporary Art Review, Sarjeant Gallery, Wanganui New Zealand (2002); and “Breaking in a Brand New Heart” Finalist Waikato Contemporary Art Exhibition, Waikato Art and History Museum (2002).
 
     
 
 
     
     
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