Scott Gardiner's new exhibition, Yield Point, has continued his exploration of environmental consciousness and mortality. “I became suffocated by an unyielding fixation on labour and process . . . it got to the point where the labour began to define the work and the image became almost secondary to the process,” Gardiner explains to Gisborne Herald's Arts writer Kristine Walsh. “I felt it was important to turn that around and have the ability to experiment with scale, new media and techniques.” Read the full article.