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norbert hausberg
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Politics, Puppetry and BROTH M........ OMG bit long but well worth it
Some might remember the character of Broth M. I did introduce him in one of my earlier blog entries. He and his brother Mustava (now in the Te Papa collection) have performed and delighted audiences through New Zealand and the world.  Recently I received an...
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Puppet exhibition in OREWA
Yes again the biannual puppet exhibition happened in Qrewa, the Hibiscus coast. A delightful gallery, communal space just north of Auckland. With a few staff and lots of volunteers they do an excellent job for the wider community. The whole area is growing ...
Puppet exhibition in OREWA
Puppet exhibition in OREWA
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Smallest Punch and Judy
Greytown is a small picturesque town in the Wairarapa. About one hour drive from the capital of New Zealand, Wellington. It is part of a larger farming community and you have the nice coffee shops and bakeries and other little luxuries. About 20 meter of th...
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Marionette Gallery 31 - The Sultan
This is the Sultan for Alladin and his wonderful lamp. Slightly chubby he got stuck on his throne a number of times. Good natured and at the end just a side character in the whole play. I wanted him to have rather chubby hand too. So there was no room to fi...
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Marionette Gallery 30 - The Magician Kazur
What does a magician look like? Remember that I asked myself that question. My result was that he exists in two world. Our human one and the world beyond of what we can see and realise. The carved result was a doubled faced member of the crew. The stage ent...
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Marionette Gallery 29 - Alladin
Yes there he is Alladin. The show was created in the early 1990s. With magic lamp and flying carpet. The carpet was super effective and impressive. When he saved the sultans daughter and both criss crossed the stage, left a lasting impression on the audienc...
Marionette Gallery 29 - Alladin
Marionette Gallery 29 - Alladin
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What an honour, one of the best puppet blog on the net!
Yes I could not quite believe it and thought it is some sort of spam. Anuj Agarwal send me an email and congratulated me. http://blog,feedspot.com/puppet blogs/  is the contact. A list of the Top 75 Puppet Blogs on the internet. Here in little old New Zeala...
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End of two exhibitions and packing up
At the end of January Te Papa had a Maori ceremony to close the beautiful exhibition of my marionettes and other on the floor to make room for a complete remake of the area. A few days later the really successful Waikato exhibition closed. Te Papa is easy a...
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Videos of the exhibition in Waikato Museum in Hamilton
The little videos are done with my phone. It is a great exhibition and I am very happy with the result after month and month of emails and planning. A beautiful show of my work and an additional introduction to puppets around the world. The Museum told me t...
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Two media pieces on the Waikato Exhibition, enjoy :)
http://www.radionz.co.nz/ national/programmes/nights/ 20161125   http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz- herald-local-focus/news/ article.cfm?c_id=1504150& objectid=11756194 And a little clip of an interesting installation for the children
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