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Wayne Barrar Photography Exhibition


Wayne Barrar’s recent photography focuses on New Zealand’s legacy of adopting and acclimatising British plants and animals and aims to capture the process in reverse.

Barrar says, “given that much of the New Zealand landscape was modelled as the ‘England of the South’ in the nineteenth century, it would be interesting to explore how – in Devon and Cornwall, at least – the process was not one way. In essence this study develops an understanding of how this natural landscape feature contributes to place-making and narratives related to site identity.”

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