20 Jun 2015

Anne Noble and Tom Hoyle: photography and science

From Saturday Morning, 9:35 am on 20 June 2015

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Images from the Conversation Piece Silhouette series of portraits by Anne Noble. Below: Distinguished Professor Anne Noble photographing Wendy Newport-Smith of the Allan Wilson Centre (photo by Tom Hoyle).

Distinguished Professor Anne Noble PhotographingAnne Noble, ONZM, is Distinguished Professor of Fine Art (Photography) at Whiti o Rehua School of Art, Massey University.

As a photographer and curator her work spans still and moving image, installation and international curatorial commissions. She is currently in London taking photographs of the DNA sampling events for the Allan Wilson Centre for a project that considers the histories of scientific and identity portraiture, assisted by Tom Hoyle. Tom is a rock climber, photographer and co-author of the Rock Deluxe North guidebook. He has a diploma in photography from Massey University, and is taking its two-year Master of Fine Arts programme. they talk to Kim Hill about the project.

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