Donaldson has created a gigantic moving image work referencing a legendary event at the Carnival of Venice in the 1600s in which a giant glass slipper was put in a public square and filled with wine.
Danny was preceded in death by his father, Jimmie Daniel Archer; mother, Bertha Viola (Archer) Davis; and brother, Jimmie Edward Archer.
Left to cherish Danny’s memory are his wife, Linda Gail (West) Archer; a son, Gregory Phillip Archer and wife Pamela (Sciacca) Archer; a daughter, Angela Frances Archer; granddaughter, Elizabeth Anne (Archer) Stokes and husband Benjamin Stokes; grandson, Zachary A.
Ayesha would like to thank Phoebe Madeleine and The Blue Oyster Art Project Space.
-- For more information about visiting the Melbourne Art Fair, click here. General Admission: Thursday 2 August, 12.00pm to 5.00pm Friday 3 August, 12.00pm to 9.00pm (Friday Up Late)Saturday 4 August, 10.00am to 6.00pm Sunday 5 August, 11.00am to 4.00pm -- Ayesha Green (Ngāti Kahungunu, Kai Tahu) is an artist based in Tāmaki Makaurau.
Born in Dallas, TX, on August 10, 1941, the son of Jimmie Daniel and Bertha Viola Archer, and brother to Jimmie Edward Archer.
The family resided near De Ridder LA, in the Ikes Community, where they farmed alongside many good friends and families.
After graduating from Rosepine High School, “Danny” attended Mc Neese State University, later choosing to pursue a career in meat-cutting and attending school in Toledo, Ohio.
After perfecting his skills, he became the owner of several meat markets in Lake Charles and De Ridder, later managing both Piggly Wiggly and Brookshire Brothers’ meat markets over the span of more than 25 years and becoming a valued butcher to many friends in the De Ridder area.
Thanks: The Physics Room, Ayesha, and Cushla would like to thank Jan Warburton Charitable Trust and the Wallace Arts Trust for their generous support of this project.
Cushla would like to thank Filipa Payne and Erina Morunga (Iwi 'n' Aus), David Hall, James Hunter, and Jerome Ngan-Kee.
includes new work by Ayesha Green (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Kahungunu) and Cushla Donaldson.