All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Portraits and Stories

This collection contains copies of material produced by Cosmo Kentish-Barnes for 'Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project'. The material includes stories of red-zoned Kaiapoi residents, along with photographs of them at their quake-damaged properties.

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10:10am 15th November 2017
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Contains 44 items


All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Chris Paterson and Helen Swain's Story
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Chris Paterson and Helen Swain's Story
A PDF copy of red-zoned Kaiapoi residents Chris Patterson and Nigel Swain's story about their life since the earthquakes. The story was documented by Cosmo Kentish-Barnes for Still Here, an artistic project supported by All Right?. Kentish-Barnes produced a series of photographs of exiled residents, accompanied with a first-person account of their life since the earthquakes.
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Chris Paterson and Helen Swain's Portrait
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Chris Paterson and Helen Swain's Portrait
A photograph of Chris Paterson (left) and Helen Swain (right) at their former Kaiapoi residence. The photograph was taken by Cosmo Kentish-Barnes for Still Here, an artistic project supported by All Right?. Kentish-Barnes produced a series of photographs of exiled residents, accompanied with a first-person account of their life since the earthquakes.
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Dee and Marc Brocherie's Story
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Dee and Marc Brocherie's Story
A PDF copy of red-zoned Kaiapoi residents Dee, Marc, Nicole and Thomas Brocherie's story about their life since the earthquakes. The story was documented by Cosmo Kentish-Barnes for Still Here, an artistic project supported by All Right?. Kentish-Barnes produced a series of photographs of exiled residents, accompanied with a first-person account of their life since the earthquakes.
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Dee and Marc Brocherie's Portrait
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Dee and Marc Brocherie's Portrait
A photograph of Dee (left), Nicole (middle-left), Marc (middle-right) and Thomas Brocherie (right) at their former Kaiapoi residence. The photograph was taken by Cosmo Kentish-Barnes for Still Here, an artistic project supported by All Right?. Kentish-Barnes produced a series of photographs of exiled residents, accompanied with a first-person account of their life since the earthquakes.
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Derek Woodward's Story
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Derek Woodward's Story
A PDF copy of red-zoned Kaiapoi residents Derek Woodward and Claire Woodward's story about their life since the earthquakes. The story was documented by Cosmo Kentish-Barnes for Still Here, an artistic project supported by All Right?. Kentish-Barnes produced a series of photographs of exiled residents, accompanied with a first-person account of their life since the earthquakes.
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Derek and Claire Woodward's Portrait
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Derek and Claire Woodward's Portrait
A photograph of Claire (left) and Derek Woodward (right) at their former Kaiapoi residence. The photograph was taken by Cosmo Kentish-Barnes for Still Here, an artistic project supported by All Right?. Kentish-Barnes produced a series of photographs of exiled residents, accompanied with a first-person account of their life since the earthquakes.
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Fay and Glen Happer's Story
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Fay and Glen Happer's Story
A PDF copy of red-zoned Kaiapoi residents Fay, Glen and Max Harper's story about their life since the earthquakes. The story was documented by Cosmo Kentish-Barnes for Still Here, an artistic project supported by All Right?. Kentish-Barnes produced a series of photographs of exiled residents, accompanied with a first-person account of their life since the earthquakes.
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Fay and Glen Happer's Portrait
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Fay and Glen Happer's Portrait
A photograph of Fay (left), Glen (middle) and Max Happer (right) at their former Kaiapoi residence. The photograph was taken by Cosmo Kentish-Barnes for Still Here, an artistic project supported by All Right?. Kentish-Barnes produced a series of photographs of exiled residents, accompanied with a first-person account of their life since the earthquakes.
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Gillian Rayner and Harry Stanton's Story
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Gillian Rayner and Harry Stanton's Story
A PDF copy of red-zoned Kaiapoi residents Gillian Rayner and Harry Stanton's story about their life since the earthquakes. The story was documented by Cosmo Kentish-Barnes for Still Here, an artistic project supported by All Right?. Kentish-Barnes produced a series of photographs of exiled residents, accompanied with a first-person account of their life since the earthquakes.
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Gillian Rayner and Harry Stanton's Portrait
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Gillian Rayner and Harry Stanton's Portrait
A photograph of Gillian Rayner (right) with her father Harry Stanton (left) at their former Kaiapoi residence. The photograph was taken by Cosmo Kentish-Barnes for Still Here, an artistic project supported by All Right?. Kentish-Barnes produced a series of photographs of exiled residents, accompanied with a first-person account of their life since the earthquakes.
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Gretta and Brian Morris's Story
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Gretta and Brian Morris's Story
A PDF copy of red-zoned Kaiapoi residents Gretta Morris and Brian Morris's story about their life since the earthquakes. The story was documented by Cosmo Kentish-Barnes for Still Here, an artistic project supported by All Right?. Kentish-Barnes produced a series of photographs of exiled residents, accompanied with a first-person account of their life since the earthquakes.
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Gretta and Brian Morris's Portrait
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Gretta and Brian Morris's Portrait
A photograph of Gretta (left) and Brian Morris (right) at their former Kaiapoi residence. The photograph was taken by Cosmo Kentish-Barnes for Still Here, an artistic project supported by All Right?. Kentish-Barnes produced a series of photographs of exiled residents, accompanied with a first-person account of their life since the earthquakes.