Andrew Drummond lives in Christchurch. His work explores the connection between humans and the land, the management of our environment and sustainability.
He has been the recipient of a number of major awards, and has been artist in residence in galleries and universities in New Zealand, Australia and Britain. He was a Frances Hodgkin Fellow at the University of Otago in 1980.
This is a kinetic work which moves on a gyroscope-type fitting in response to the wind or a push and which, as its name suggests, acts as a device for listening with and looking through.