Becker Fraser Earthquake Photographs February 2012

Photographs taken by BeckerFraserPhotos in February 2012.

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BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0985
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0985
A photograph captioned by BeckerFraserPhotos, "The Edmonds Clock on the corner of Madras Street and Oxford Terrace. The clock stopped at 12.51pm on February 22, 2011".
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0986
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0986
A photograph captioned by BeckerFraserPhotos, "The 185 Empty Chairs memorial, at the Oxford Terrace Baptist Church site".
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0987
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0987
A photograph captioned by BeckerFraserPhotos, "The memorial table at Peter Majendie's installation '185 Empty Chairs', which remembers the 185 who died as a result of the 22nd February earthquake. The site is the demolition site of the Oxford Terrace Baptist Church".
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0988
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0988
A photograph captioned by BeckerFraserPhotos, "The memorial table at Peter Majendie's installation '185 Empty Chairs', which remembers the 185 who died as a result of the 22nd February earthquake. The site is the demolition site of the Oxford Terrace Baptist Church".
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0989
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0989
A photograph captioned by BeckerFraserPhotos, "A poem at Peter Majendie's installation '185 Empty Chairs', which remembers the 185 who died as a result of the 22nd February earthquake. The site is the demolition site of the Oxford Terrace Baptist Church".
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0990
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0990
A photograph captioned by BeckerFraserPhotos, "Peter Majendie's installation '185 Empty Chairs', which remembers the 185 who died as a result of the 22nd February earthquake. The site is the demolition site of the Oxford Terrace Baptist Church".
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0991
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0991
A photograph captioned by BeckerFraserPhotos, "Peter Majendie's installation '185 Empty Chairs', which remembers the 185 who died as a result of the 22nd February earthquake. The site is the demolition site of the Oxford Terrace Baptist Church".
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0992
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0992
A photograph captioned by BeckerFraserPhotos, "Peter Majendie's installation '185 Empty Chairs', which remembers the 185 who died as a result of the 22nd February earthquake. The site is the demolition site of the Oxford Terrace Baptist Church".
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0993
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0993
A photograph captioned by BeckerFraserPhotos, "Peter Majendie's installation '185 Empty Chairs', which remembers the 185 who died as a result of the 22nd February earthquake. The site is the demolition site of the Oxford Terrace Baptist Church".
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0994
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0994
A photograph captioned by BeckerFraserPhotos, "Peter Majendie, in the middle of his installation '185 Empty Chairs', which remembers the 185 who died as a result of the 22nd February earthquake. The chairs are different so that you can find a chair to remind you in some way of the people who died. Peter told me about the important paintings of chairs, such as Van Gogh and Gaugin's paintings of chairs and the drawing of Dickens's Chair published above his obituary that influenced his decision to remember the lost lives with chairs".
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0995
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0995
A photograph of a sign reading, "If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite. William Blake".
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0996
BeckerFraserPhotos February 2012 photograph 0996
A photograph of a sign reading, "Christchurch Economic Recovery Abandoned - to red tape". The photograph is captioned by BeckerFraserPhotos, "Sign seen on a fence near the corner of St Asaph Street and High Street".