November 10


Alexander Bell Moffatt is an artist whose view of urban life is so straight its bent. Everywhere there  is an obsessive sense of order that scarcely conceals the suggestion that something is not quite right. Forever and a Day tells a story of humanity v architecture or “landscaping” in a world where people are small and the urban environment looms large. And yet in their relentless pathos they are one. As Alice said, ” Alexander Bell Moffatt saw the beauty of the banality that is the backdrop to urban life, and through Forever and a Day he shares the colour, lines and shapes he sees in our urban landscapes. ” At CCAS Manuka until 20 November.

Oscar and Alexander Bell Moffatt, Lainie and a good friend

Stephanie and Jordan

Jess, Oscar and Danny

Tiff and Hayden

Emily and Benny