Antipodes Binaural Is A Tribute And Testament To Kiwi Musicians
A popping and colourful journey by Auckland photographer Dalong Ye-Lee, exploring New Zealand musical genius and its interface with fashion and style.
Showcasing a hand curated collection of New Zealand music artists, Antipodes Binaural is a tribute and testament to Kiwi musicians for their tremendous impact and the unique point of difference they bring to the New Zealand music scene. The exhibition steps through each musician’s individuality, with style drawing cues from their own life journey.
The project highlights artists such as Jupiter Project, Katana, High Hoops, Tali, PeachMilk and more through photography and short stories capturing an intimate look into their musical lives.
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Along with the exhibition a limited edition production run of 100 books were published together and are available for purchase at Checks Downtown in-store and online for $45NZD.
Photos: Dalong Ye-Lee
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