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The Halo Project

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All Ages

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Paul Forrest

‘The Halo Project’ is a collaborative installation set in The Wind Garden on the Wellington Waterfront walkway by Wellington visual artist Paul Forrest, Auckland bird photographer Derek Tearne, and soundscape artist/birdman Matu Booth. Our aim is to celebrate the dynamic beauty of our native birdlife through contemporary visual art and sound.

We also want to highlight that this wonderful explosion of birds throughout Wellington is a direct result of Zealandia Eco-sanctuary and the many other conservation initiatives happening in and around Wellington. This passion for conserving our wildlife is being mirrored in projects throughout New Zealand.

During daylight hours Paul will be hosting the installation of weatherproof photo/paintings and creating new work on site so the public can engage with an artist at work. Throughout the 2-month installation, he will be joined by other eco-activists promoting the value of conservation and restoration initiatives.

These are the ripples that spread outwards from the small things we do as individuals. If our native birdlife is healthy then the land is healthy.

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