Featherston, South Wairarapa


June 15

Name of Organization, Institution, Company, or School:

Richard Clark's

Focus of Study/axe de l'étude/foco de estudio

The Royal Hotel and the launch of the Featherston Arts Trust.

What languages do you speak?

American, Australian and New Zealand versions of . . . English

What do you like to document about your world? or city?

Nothing this year, was diagnosed with MND and so am limited in my mobility!


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  • Hi, Richard! Greetings from NYC. We are gearing up for the next big day on 12.12.12. Do you know what you would like to contribute this year? We would love for you to participate again!

  • Hi Richard,

    We are well on the way of getting the "archive" ready to launch. The videos that were shared are amazing and we can't wait to showcase the whole body of work! We are also busy organizing footage for the fun and intense editing ahead of us.


    We're busy working away; you'll be hearing a lot more from us in 2011. . . 



  • how exciting! great photos! can't wait to see more...
  • Richard missed message this last month..I am based transiently at University of Auckland as researcher in engineering department. Before that Professor of Creative Industries in UCOL Wanganui
    Before that see web site
  • two plans to celebrate specifics of that day's time and place... both weather dependent

    1 make sundial out of a round table in my construction and operating with sun as rises and falls so working at 10 am on 10.10.10...I have done a rough video trial

    2 make hot air ballon and launch in local park at sundown need cold non windy night..maybe 10 pm..pitch dark
  • Richard Just caught up with your great portfolio of images ( not seen them before
    I am sure you have all the technical ability and eye of an artist
    So what is the story? ...first light following the sun...the first to see the day here in NZ
    Tracking the earlyshadows..each shadow touches the next image
    Images that barely move just the sun
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