It's an exhibition of original prints created by artists who live along the East Asian-Australasian
Flyway, the path flown by migratory birds from Australia and New Zealand through Asia to their breeding grounds above the Arctic Circle.
Twenty artists, from nine of the twenty-two Flyway countries, created prints inspired by the idea of the Flyway. One print from each edition will then be posted, unprotected, along the Flyway and back, echoing the birds’ journey, adding the impression of migration and distance to the works and referencing the weathering of the migrating birds’ plumage.
The exhibition features two sets of prints: one pristine and framed, the other one worn and weathered, which has been posted without protection along the flyway from New Zealand to Alaska and back to echo the birds’ journeys.