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.

Last updated
10:10am 15th November 2017
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Collection
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qsr-collection:21789

Contains 44 items


All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Shirley and Peter Jenkins's Story
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Shirley and Peter Jenkins's Story
A PDF copy of red-zoned Kaiapoi residents Shirley Jenkin's and Peter Jenkin'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: Shirley and Peter Jenkins's Portrait
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Shirley and Peter Jenkins's Portrait
A photograph of Shirley (left) and Peter Jenkins (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: TeTumu Rolleston and Luana Belworthy's Story
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: TeTumu Rolleston and Luana Belworthy's Story
A PDF copy of red-zoned Kaiapoi residents the Rolleston-Belworthy-Mataki family'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: Luana Belworthy and TeTumu Rolleston's Portrait
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Luana Belworthy and TeTumu Rolleston's Portrait
A photograph of Talia (left), Ky'a (right) and Luana Belworthy (back-middle-left), Nico and Ezra Mataki (front-middle), and TeTumu Rolleston (back-middle-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: Trish and Keith Evans's Story
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Trish and Keith Evans's Story
A PDF copy of red-zoned Kaiapoi residents the Evans family'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: Trish and Keith Evans's Portrait
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Trish and Keith Evans's Portrait
A photograph of Daniel (back-left), Keith (back-right), Roisin (left), Trish (middle) and Kelly Evans (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: Willy and Andrew Martin's Story
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Willy and Andrew Martin's Story
A PDF copy of red-zoned Kaiapoi residents Willy and Andrew Martin'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: Willy and Andrew Martin's Portrait
All Right? Still Here - The Kaiapoi Portrait Project: Willy and Andrew Martin's Portrait
A photograph of Willy (left) and Andrew Martin (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.