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McCahon Series: Riki Gooch and The Sound Institute perform Walk - a response

A sonic journey past the 14 ‘stations’ in Colin McCahon’s sweeping multi-canvas work <EM>Walk (Series C)</EM>


McCahon Series: Riki Gooch and The Sound Institute perform Walk - a response
<P>This composition was performed and recorded live on 23 February 2014 as part of the Walk with Me: McCahon Series of events at Te Papa. </P> <P>Colin McCahon is one of New Zealand’s most celebrated artists. His sweeping multi-canvas work <EM>Walk (Series C)</EM> (1973) is, in part, an imagined walk along Muriwai beach with the New Zealand poet James K Baxter. </P> <P>Riki Gooch - composer, percussion, 404<BR>Vic Parsons - gu zheng, synth<BR>Tom Calwood - upright bass<BR>Mike Gibson - composer, synths, audio recording <BR>David Long - guitar, bowed banjo<BR>Jo Lyndsey - bass<BR>Natalia Mann - harp<BR>Benny Lyndsay - samples<BR>Jhan Lindsay - vocals, guitar, conductor of choir<BR>Students of Taita College (below) - vocals<BR> Lomi Savelio<BR>Monalisa Viliamu<BR>Kathryn Lanigan<BR>Falcon Karangaroa<BR>Ihaka Huata-Wichman<BR>Sarah Tofilau<BR>Mareta Tofilau<BR>Aseteria Tofilau<BR>Abraham Tuifao</P>

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Riki Gooch in front of Colin McCahon’s &lt;EM&gt;Walk (Series C)&lt;/EM&gt;. Photograph by Michael Hall, Te Papa, 2014

Riki Gooch in front of Colin McCahon’s Walk (Series C). Photograph by Michael Hall, Te Papa, 2014

Walk (Series C)

Colin McCahon, Walk (Series C), 1973, acrylic on hessian,
Purchased 2004.
© Courtesy of the Colin McCahon Research and Publication Trust
Full object info is available on collections.tepapa.govt.nz