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Kushana Bush’s Lithograph works in collaboration with John Pusateri will be unveiled at the Aotearoa Art Fair from November 16. Creating art in the middle of the pandemic has changed the way Kushana Bush’s work has been received. She tells Nadine Rubin Nathan how her new collaboration channels the fears and uncertainties we all feel. Kushana Bush started her painting Glukupikron at home in Dunedin during those first terrifying days of lockdown in 2020. “In those delirious hours before much of the country went into hiding, I hurriedly packed up what I could of my studio and shifted my easel home before all of the removal workers left town,” says Bush. “Working from my bedroom, I filled my ears with podcasts about the black death and my eyes with illuminations of the bubonic plague. During wars and pandemics, artists throughout the ages have sublimated their fears and uncertainties into […]

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