Alter / Image assesses recent New Zealand art and its relation to contemporary feminism by selecting key moments in the last 20 years of practice by New Zealand women in the visual arts, performance, film and video. Curated by Christina Barton and City Gallery Wellington's Deborah Lawler-Dormer, Alter / Image includes work by 20 artists. It is a timely project for the 1993 Suffrage Centennial Year.
Exhibiting Film and Video makers: Stephanie Beth, Riwia Brown, Barbara Cairns, Margaret Henley, Kirsty Cameron, Anna Campion, Jane Campion, Nikola Caro, Cushla Dillon, Lynda Earle, Annie Goldson, Fiona Gray, Jessica Hobbs, Shirley Horrocks, Alexis Hunter, Kate Jasonsmith, Chris Kraus, Deirdre MacCartin, Alison Maclean, Shereen Maloney, Nicola Marshall, Mereta Mita, Siobhan Oldham, Christine Parker, Joanna Margaret Paul, Gaylene Preston, Melanie Read, Lisa Reihana, Pat Robins, Diana Rowan, Rachel Shearer, Belinda Smaill, Sally Smith, Bronwyn Sprague, Julianne Sumich, Bridget Sutherland, May Trubuhovich, Athina Tsoulis and Vicky Yiannoutsos.
Exhibiting Artists: Rhondda Bosworth, Mary-Louise Browne, Kirsty Cameron, Margaret Dawson, Allie Eagle, Jacqueline Fahey, Di Ffrench, Alexis Hunter, Nicola Jackson, Robyn Kahukiwa, Maureen Lander, Vivian Lynn, Lucy MacDonald, Julia Morison, Fiona Pardington, Joanna Margaret Paul, Jude Rae, Pauline Rhodes, Ruth Watson and Christine Webster.