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#03571

This Is The Trekka

Artist
Michael Stevenson
Price
$47.00
Date
2003
Publisher
Revolver
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
3-936919-00-3
Size
16.5 × 22.5 × 1.2 cm
Length
112 
Description

New Zealand’s Trekka is a utility vehicle crossed with recreational vehicle made by New Zealanders from 85% New Zealand-made parts. Michael Stevenson’s contribution for the New Zealand Pavilion at the 50th Venice Biennial, examines the history of the hopelessly unsuccessful Trekka which has been sold only 2,300 times, tragicomically reflecting New Zealand’s social and economic strategies during the Cold War.

  1. This Is The Trekka
 

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