Mark Graver works with printmaking, video and sound with interest concentrated where they correspond, meet and cross in relationship to memory, place and time. Time fixed, recorded and stilled in a specific place, reproduced then re-presented through print.
He is author of Non-Toxic Printmaking (2011, London, A&C Black), and owner of the Wharepuke Print Studio and Art at Wharepuke.
His work is held in many international public collections including the V&A Museum, London, The Ashmolean Museum, Art Gallery of Ballarat, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, James Wallace Trust and in China, Malaysia, Mexico, Portugal Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey and USA.
Wharepuke Print Studio
Art at Wharepuke
190 Kerikeri Road (Stone Store Hill)