where did you go to my lovelies….

Buy this limited edition of 100 soft cover book $65 including postage.

If you would like to buy this book please send me an email to and I will invoice you with my bank details and upon payment will dispatch. There are 80 pages of my  life from the 70’s. There is a critical essay by Dr Andrew Paul Wood. This publication is priced at a price that reflects  my desire to share this work. I follow five of my  friends from the streets of Christchurch where they are demonstrating into their lives.



where the home is …..



I am rapt that with the help of Mike Coker and Johnston Press I have produced yet another limited edition, high quality, digitally printed artist’s book. There are 76 pages with a hand printed, signed, archival cover in a numbered edition priced just to recover costs and get the work out there.

Contains 30 digital montages and footage from the Christchurch Earthquakes.

The acupuncture and massage therapist I sold your other book to said she does think it has healing qualities, and should be published in paperback. She is going to talk to some others about it herself.
All the best,
Kate Spenser of

Manchester Street one minute after February 22 quake at home Estuary Road

Singing in the lifeboat….

Edition Sold out

singing in the lifeboat -the art of jane zusters published 2011

An edition of 45 numbered books, each in a unique, painted canvas satchel made by Jane Zusters herself and selling for $300 including GST.
This well illustrated publication is the first book to survey the work of artist Jane Zusters. Comprising a foreword and chronology by Grant Banbury, with essays by Bridie Lonie, Cushla Parekowhai and Andrew Paul Wood exploring Jane Zusters’ innovative, multilayered art practice. Often concerned with an the interplay of personal identity – the self, history, and place – Zusters’ interests as an artist position her within the ever-changing playing-field of gender politics, contemporary interpretations of historical events, as well as specific ecological and conservation issues.

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