Everyone loves holograms – the childish pleasure of tilting them backwards and forwards to see an image transform in your hands. Renowned New Zealand photographer Megan Jenkinson experiments with the medium, creating panoramic, kinetic photographic collages.

Jenkinson’s latest exhibition transforms her landscape photography into stripey semi-abstraction through zig-zagged concertina surfaces. Each concertina comprises two distinct images, which only appear uninterrupted when viewed from either side. Different aspects of her images flit in and out of sight, and develop as an organic, unfabricated body of work.  

Transfigurations will run at Stills Gallery from Wednesday August 20 – Saturday September 20.

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