Circadian Rhythm

Circadian Rhythm

Derek Henderson

Precinct 35
35 Ghuznee St, Wellington

9 - 23 December 2017

Derek Henderson   Untitled #10, East Cape , 2017  Chromogenic print mounted on archived Chromogenic film box. Edition of 3 + AP.

Derek Henderson Untitled #10, East Cape, 2017

Chromogenic print mounted on archived Chromogenic film box. Edition of 3 + AP.

Precinct 35 is pleased to announce acclaimed New Zealand photographer Derek Henderson’s first solo exhibition in Wellington, Circadian Rhythm.

New Zealand born Derek Henderson has spent the better part of the last twenty years in New York, London and Los Angeles before returning in 2007 to the Southern Hemisphere.

Henderson’s varied subject matter is united by an approach marked by a kind of democratic naturalism, where all phenomena is given equal attention. Although variously described as anti-heroic and anti-iconic, Henderson’s interest in the ‘ordinary’ can be deceptive and his narratives often reveal themselves to be more complex and unsteady than they first appear.

All works are Chromogenic prints mounted on archived Chromogenic film boxes, editions of 2.