Aotea Electric Canterbury is pleased to be involved in the installation of 'Cognitive Reorientation' by Kiwi artist, Eddie Clemens.
Aotea Electric Canterbury has recently been involved in a SCAPE Public Art project in Christchurch, helping with the installation of ‘Cognitive Reorientation’ by Kiwi artist Eddie Clemens.
The Prince Waterhouse Coopers building once housed a carpark, pool and gym, but following the 2010-11 earthquake, itself and a significant amount of the city was either destroyed or demolished. Located in the basement of this building, ‘Cognitive Reorientation’ relates to the imperfections and fallibility of memory. As the remnants of this building will eventually be removed, it will force those who once knew of this building to rely only on their memories of what it once was.
Aotea Electric Canterbury is always pleased to be involved in projects like this and looks forward to any future projects to come.