MAR 22 - APR 6, 2024

Simon Cuming and MaryJane Thomson, who comprise the hypnotic dream pop duo Deaf Edge, are Pōneke based musicians and visual artists. 

Simon Cuming is bringing his unique flower-themed paintings and prints, while MaryJane Thomson is displaying her nature-themed impressionist photos from London. 

Deaf Edge will be performing at the opening of the show, as well as other performances, yet to be announced.

A limited edition 7” lathe with unique screen-printed covers by Simon Cuming will be released on the occasion of this exhibition and these live performances.

Opening Celebration & Live Performance: 5:30pm-, FRI 22 MAR

MaryJane Thomson is a Te Whanganui-a-Tara/Wellington-based deaf artist, writer and photographer.
Her photography has spanned all types of subject matter from Street Photography to Impressionist works of nature.
Her published works include: Sarah Vaughan is not My Mother (Awa Press, 2013), Fallen Grace (HeadWorx, 2014), Lonely Earth (HeadWorx, 2015), Songs of The City (HeadWorx, 2016). MaryJane has also recorded and released; This is How The Deaf Sing (solo piano) and This is How The Deaf Speak (piano and poetry).
Instagram:  @mj_thomson_artist

Simon Cuming is a visual artist and musician based in Te Whanganui-a-Tara. Utilizing various means of process including printmaking, painting and sound performance to consider and present notions of the human condition and its relationship to nature and perception in the 21st century, Simon Cuming is also an art educator working with those who experience life challenges.
His work features in various private and public collections in Aotearoa and he has exhibited and performed in galleries both nationally and in Australia, Japan and England.
Instagram:  @simon_cuming

Deaf Edge are a Wellington/ Pōneke-based duo comprising Simon Cuming (electronics) and deaf artist MaryJane Thomson (vocals and keyboards). They are an experimental, ambient electronic act.
Instagram: @deafedge

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