The Golden Shuffle - Brydee Rood and Matthew Crookes Installation / Collaboration 25.08 - 23.09.2011 at AUT St Paul St Gallery 2 Auckland NZ Materials: Brydee Rood - Adhesive window tint vinyl, biohazard rubbish bags, bells, builders line / Matthew Crookes - $2 shop treasure, gold papers, stickers
Wens - Open Studio Installation 10.08.2011 and Afvalzak Lantaarns - Starry Night Festival Live Installation 13.08.2011 were developed during the Artist in Residence programme at Van Gogh Huis, Zundert NL
Rosa Rugosa Rubra - Müllbeutel Kronleuchter (Gewidmet Dem Keller) Installation 28.07-30.07.2011 at the Kreuzberg Pavillon Berlin DE. This installation was made possible with the generous support of Creative NZ
Materials: Rose scented rubbish bags, solar powered LED lights, air
Photographer: André Wunstorf - Images courtesy of Brydee Rood 2011
Hope Afloat - Installation and Performance 16.12.2010 (shed^10) - 17.12.2010 (Upper Queen St) Auckland NZ. In association with Sustainable Coastlines NZHope Afloat was created using 400 solar powered LED fairy lights and 120KG of collected plastic waste from the Rangitoto Island coastal clean up event. Approximately 2 cubic meters in scale, the waste used in this installation was less than 10% of the overall waste collected from Rangitoto Island.
Sun Bird Picado Worship (dedicated to the Riroriro) - Workshop, performance and installation at the Govett Brewster Art Gallery New Plymouth NZ 5.12.2010 - 27.02.2011 Materials: collected and assorted plastic rubbish bags, drinking straws, tape and string.
The Value Waste Procession utilized a working Transpacific Waste collection truck in combination with 400 solar powered LED fairy lights. The glowing truck performed its usual duties within the commercial district of Wellington NZ for one night only 18.11.2010. Materials: Rubbish Truck, duct tape, 400 solar powered LED fairy lights
For A World Without Waste - Installation at JJ Morgon & Co Gallery Wellington NZ
From 9.10.2010 - 30.10.2010. Materials: Collected disposable plastic bags, fairy lights, drinking straws and water colour studies