Biography

 

1948 Born Kerikeri, Bay of Islands, New Zealand
1963 – 1967 Northland College, Kaikohe Art teacher: Selwyn Te Ngareatua Wilson 
1967-68 ILAM SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New ZealandSculpture tutor: Tom Taylor
1968-70 Specialist sculpture studies & work with prominent sculptors in UK (Barbara Hepworth, Denis Mitchell & John Milne) & Italy (Quinto Ghermandi)


Selected Public & Private Commissions

2013 STORM KING ARTS CENTER, Mountainville, NY, USA; one month (July) R&D residency to formulate concept design for selected site (work in progress).
NGA WHAREKURA MAORI, Whangaroa, NZ; Kanapanapa, stone steel, 700cm x 35cm x 35cm (predominantly donated by artist)
NATIONAL TE KI-O-RAHI FIELD, Te Atarauarangihaeata, Waitangi, NZ; Tupu, stone, 250cm x 110cm x 120cm (donated by artist)
2008-14 HUNEBED CENTRUM, Borger, Drenthe, Netherlands; Barchan Dune, earth, stone, steel, tree, 450cm x 8000cm x 4600cm (work in progress)
2010-2011 ROTOROA ISLAND, Hauraki Gulf, NZ; Kaitiaki, stone, steel, 700cm x 700cm x 800cm
2008-2011 ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS, Sydney, Australia; Wurrungwuri, stone, steel, flora and fauna, 400cm x 2300 x 2200cm
2009-2010 TE AHO MATUA O NGA KURA KAUPAPA MAORI, Whangaroa, NZ; Waharoa; stone steel, 480cm x 350cm x 350cm (donated by artist)
2007-2009 KERIKERI DOMAIN, Kerikeri, NZ; Te Whiringa o Manoko, stone steel, reinforced concrete, water, 1100cm x 1650cm x 1650cm
2007 PRIVATE COMMISSION, Kerikeri, NZ; Rikker, stone, steel, 650cm x 500cm x 500cm
2007 LOS SENDEROS, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; Ciclo, stage one completed under artist’s supervision – remainder to be built under direction of client,, stone, compacted earth, reinforced concrete, water, 400cm x 10000cm x 6500cm
2002-06 WHANGAREI DISTRICT COUNCIL, Whangarei, NZ; Waka & Wave; in collaboration with Te Warihi Hetaraka; stone, steel, reinforced concrete, 600cm x 3500cm x 1200cm
2004-05 KRÖLLER-MÜLLER MUSEUM, Sculpture Park, Otterlo, Netherlands; Echo van de Veluwe, stone, stainless steel, 400cm x 800cm x 70cm
HAMILTON GARDENS, Hamilton, NZ; Entranceway, Nga Uri O Hinetuparimaunga, Kakahu (woven ‘earth blanket) Te Kahu O Papatuanuku’ (in collaboration with Diggeress Te Kanawa (Ngati Maniapoto); stone, steel, stainless steel cable and wire, 420cm x 10000cm x 130cm.
2004 CONNELLS BAY SCULPTURE PARK, Waiheke Island, NZ; Slip, stone, stainless steel cable and wire, 75cm x 700cm x 800cm
2003 BRICKBAY SCULPTURE PARK, Sandspit, NZ; Ototara; stone, steel 500cm x 4000cm x 1500cm
ATLANTIS/MARIPOSA, Arona, Tenerife, Canary Islands; Lava Buds, stone, stainless steel cable, 105cm x 320cm x 270cm
ART IN MOTION, Bos van Ypeij, Tytsjerk, Leeuwarden, Netherlands; Varder III, stone, wood, 700cm x 120cm
SELIGSON COLLECTION, Amagansett, Long Island, New York, USA; Column – Taumarunui, stone, steel, 600cm x 35cm
2002 FOREMAN/NICHOLSON COLLECTION, Waiheke Island, NZ; Sheep Dip, stone, stainless steel cable and wire, 320cm x 250cm x 250cm
SWINBURNE UNIVERSITY, Lilydale, Victoria, Australia; Bukker Tillibul, stone, steel, 570cm x 1070cm x 950cm
PRIVATE COLLECTION, Auckland, NZ; Lava Plugs, stone, steel, 400cm x 400cm x 400cm.
2001 AXA PLAZA, 360 Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia; Strata, (Petroglyph by Fiona Clarke), Castlemaine slate, stainless steel cable, reinforced concrete, 400cm x 1000cm x 35cm
CIME et RACINES, Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel and Saint-Étienne-des-Grès, Quebec, Canada; Îles des Silences, eratic granite boulders, 3 part installation, 400cm x 2000cm x 1600cm, (catalogue, text: Jean-Claude Rochefort and Guy Sioui Durand)
MOTAIREHE MARAE, Motairehe, Great Barrier Island, NZ; entranceway (to be completed)
2000 SERESIN ESTATE, Malborough, NZ; Wairau Strata, schist stone, steel, 400cm x 1100cm x 650cm.
LIONEL PHILLIPS, Drayton, Somerset, England; Buzzard Strata; blue lias stone, ham stone, stainless steel, 200cm x 200cm x 60cm
EXPO 2000 STEINBERGEN, Hanover, Germany; Steinbergen Strata, Steinbergen limestone, sandstone, 260cm x 700cm x 240cm
TONY STONE, London, England, UK; Sky Stone Strata, welsh slate, caledonian granite, stainless steel, 600cm x 120cm x 120cm
1999 MICHAEL HILL, Arrowtown, NZ; Schist Strata, Stone, Steel, 400cm x 400cm x 200cm
MR & Mrs WILKS, North Newnton, Pewsey, Wiltshire, England, UK; Sarsens and Flint stone, stainless steel cable, 350cm x 400cm x 120cm
PETER KRAUS, Kerikeri, NZ; Growth, stone, stainless steel cable; 500cm x 1500cm x 1000cm
1998-99 ARTISTS IN INDUSTRY PROJECT – MILDURA ARTS CENTRE, Mildura, Victoria, Australia; Earth, Water, People, earth, stone, wood, gypsum, steel, 600cm x 1500cm x 480cm, (catalogue ‘Interceptions’, text: Stephanie Radok)
1998 PRIVATE COMMISSION, Whangaparaoa, Auckland, NZ; Boulder Outcrop, stone, 230cm x 3000cm x 900cm
SHEFFIELD, Paraparaumu, Kapati Coast, NZ; Sand Strata, stone, steel, 385cm x 250cm x 200cm
URALLA Arts Council Sculpture Residency/Project, (New England Regional Art Museum) Armidale, NSW, Australia; Granite Strata, stone, 200cm x 700cm x 300cm10th
MILLFIELD INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE COMMISSION, Street, Somerset, England, UK; Spinney Cairn, stone, steel, 600cm x 200cm x 200cm
1997 EVANDALE SCULPTURE WALK, Gold Coast City Council/Pat Corrigan joint commission, Queensland, Australia; Wiyung tchellungnai-najil  (Keeper of the Flame), helidon sandstone, steel, 900cm x 750cm x 750cm, (catalogue)
THE SOUTHPORT SCHOOL, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia; Altar, stone, steel, 300cm x 110cm x 120cm
CHRISTCHURCH/SEATTLE SISTER CITY SCULPTURE AWARD, Christchurch, NZ; Taurapa, stone, steel, 300cm x 250cm x 600cm
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, Canterbury, NZ; Te Paepaetapu o Rakaihautu, stone, steel, 400cm x 1000cm x 1400cm, (book ‘Balanced Stone’, text: David Eggleton)
BAY OF MARTYRS PROJECT, Peterborough, Victoria, Australia (P.L.A.C.E. & Framlingham Aboriginal Trust commission); concept drawings
BILL MANHIRE & MARIAN MCLEOD, Waikanae, NZ; Traveller, stone, 200cm x 70cm x 40cm
1996 DEAKIN UNIVERSITY, WARRNAMBOOL CAMPUS, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia; Tuuram Cairn stone, steel, 500cm x 220cm x 120cm
FIONA BROCKHOFF COLLECTION, Sorrento, Mornington Peninsular, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; Koonya Beach Columns, stone, steel, 500cm x 400cm x 450cm
THE FARM, Kaukapakapa, Kaipara, NZ; Silent People (entranceway installation), stone, steel
1995 HARRY S PARKER III, DIRECTOR OF THE FINE ARTS MUSEUMS OF SAN FRANCISCO, Fishers Island, Long Island Sound, New York, USA; Shelter Munnatawket, stone, stainless steel cable, 120cm x 180cm x 125cm
1995 JAMES WALLACE CHARITABLE TRUST COLLECTION, Auckland, NZ; ‘Lava II’, stone, stainless steel cable, 500cm x 100cm x 30cm
1994-97 NGAI TAHU, ARTS COUNCIL OF NZ TOI AOTEAROA, TAKAHANGA MARAE, Kaikoura, NZ; Cave (ceremonial entranceway), stone, steel, stainless steel cable, 300cm x 300cn x 500cm
1994-95 TE ARAROA TRUST INC, Waitangi State Forest, Bay of Islands, NZ; Te Araroa, 3500cm stone cairn, stone, stainless steel cable
1994 PRIVATE COMMISSION, Whangaparaoa, Auckland, NZ; Earth Sky Strata, stone, steel, 700cm x 500cm x 390cm; sculptural landscaping, 1996, crystaline sandstone
1992-93 THE FARM, Kaukapakapa, Kaipara, NZ; Kaipara Strata, stone, steel, 400cm x 700cm x 250cm, (catalogue, text: JamesRoss)
1990-92 WELLINGTON SCULPTURE TRUST, BOTANIC GARDENS, Wellington, NZ; Water Sculpture: Peacemaker, stone, water, 240cm x 100cm, (catalogue)
1986-90 Albert Park, Auckland City Art Gallery, Albert Park, NZ; Gateway, stone, aluminium, stainless steel, water, 1800cm x 500cm x 120cm
1988-90 NGATI KURA HAPU, NZ CHINA CLAYS, Matauri Bay, Northland, NZ; Rainbow Warrior Memorial, stone, steel, bronze, 800cm x 1000cm x 100cm
1988 WORLD EXPO 88, Brisbane, Australia; 03 II, wood, bronze; 400cm x 1000cm x 400cm (catalogue)
1987 MARSDEN CLOSE CONDOMINIUM, Paihia, Bay of Islands, NZ; Untitled, stone, bronze, steel, 360cm x 1500cm x 700cm
1983-84 NATIONAL ART GALLERY, Wellington, NZ Nga Rimu o Puketi, manuka wood, muka (flax) fibre, stone, 490cm x 780cm x 625cm
1977 FIRST MARINE RESERVE, Goat Island Bay, Leigh, NZ; Dosinia and Barnacle (installation), bronze, 40cm x 500cm x 40cm
1976 ST JAMES CHURCH, Kerikeri, NZ; Lectern, bronze, wood; 120cm x 60cm x 60cm

International Land Art Organisation Projects

2014 ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS, Earth Art 2014, Burlington, Ontario, Canada,  earth reeds sticks string fungi
2012 VAN DUSEN GARDENS, Vancouver, Canada, nac̓θətəɬp “Transformation Plant”, living sculpture, tree (western red cedar), stone, wood, fungi and insects.  200cm x 500cm x 500cm
2003 ATLANTIS/MARIPOSA, Arona, Tenerife, Canary Islands; Lava Buds, 5 part installation, stone, stainless steel cable, 105cm x 320cm x 270cm
2001 CIME et RACINES, Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel and Saint-Étienne-des-Grès, Quebec, Canada; Îles des Silences eratic granite boulders, 3 part installation, 400cm x 2000cm x 1600cm, (catalogue, text: Jean-Claude Rochefort and Guy Sioui Durand)
2000 ARTE SELLA, Incontri Internazionali D’Arte Natura, Borgo Valsugana, Trento, Italy; Stele di Sella, (reconfiguration following damage), stone, stainless steel cable, 240cm x 70cm x 40cm
1999 FÖRDERVEREIN MÜRITZ-NATIONALPARK, Neustrelitz, Germany, Zunderschwamm; Stone, wood, steel cable, wire, 170cm x 300cm x 170cm, (catalogue, text: Lars Fischer)
LE VENT DES FORÊTS, Lahaymeix, La Meuse, Lorraine, France, Terre Ciel; Stone, wood, wire, 170cm x 300cm x 300cm
1998 TICKON, Tranekaer Internationale Center for Kunst og Natur, Tranekaer Slotspark, Rudkobing, Langeland, Denmark; Tranekaer Varder, stone, wood, 700cm x 500cm x 180cm
ARTE SELLA, Incontri Internazionali D’Arte Natura, Borgo Valsugana, (Museo D’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto), Trento, Italy; Stele di Sella, stone, stainless steel cable, earth & plants, 250cm x 70cm x 40cm (catalogue)
1995 GRIZEDALE FOREST PARK (Silurian Trail), Cumbria, England, UK; Slate Flight, stone, stainless steel cable, 240cm high
1993 GRIZEDALE FOREST PARK (Silurian Trail), Cumbria, England, UK; In Celebration of a Tor, stone, stainless steel cable, wire, 300cm x 100cm x 40cm, (catalogue, text: Bill Grant)

Individual Exhibitions

2006 BAY OF ISLANDS ARTS FESTIVAL, The Centre, Kerikeri, NZ; 1 of 2 artists, (catalogue)
2002 WHANGAREI ART MUSEUM, Whangarei, NZ; Waka & Wave, in collaboration with Te Warihi Hetaraka; maquettes and drawings
1997 AUCKLAND CITY ART GALLERY, NZ; O3
1995 ROBERT MCDOUGALL ART GALLERY, Christchurch NZ; Sculpture in the Gardens exhibition, Nikau, (catalogue, text: Elizabeth Caldwell)
1994 MERIDIAN GALLERY, Melbourne, Australia; (catalogue, text: Roger Taylor)
GOW LANGSFORD GALLERY, Auckland, NZ
1993-94 SARJEANT GALLERY, Wanganui, NZ; Dome Installation no:18, Pumice from the Mountains, pumice, stainless steel cable, wire, 600cm x 400cm x 400cm, (catalogue)
1992 NADIA BASSANESE STUDIO D’ARTE, Trieste, Italy; Chris Booth, (catalogue)
GOW LANGSFORD GALLERY, Auckland, NZ; Chris Booth
REYBURN HOUSE, Whangarei, NZ; Chris Booth
1991 JANNE LAND GALLERY, Wellington, NZ; Chris Booth Sculpture
1990 GOW LANGSFORD GALLERY, Auckland, NZ; Chris Booth Sculpture
1989 ROBERT MCDOUGALL ART GALLERY, Christchurch, NZ; South Island Rock Columns, stone, steel, 750cm x 120cm x 30cm, (catalogue, text: Elizabeth Caldwell)
1988 NADIA BASSANESE STUDIO D’ARTE, Trieste, Italy; Art from NZ, Installation, 1 of 3 artists, (catalogue)
FISHER GALLERY, Pakuranga, Auckland, NZ; Sculpture Court Installation
GOW LANGSFORD GALLERY, Auckland, NZ; Chris Booth Sculpture
1987 FISHER GALLERY, Pakuranga, Auckland, NZ; Chris Booth Sculpture, (brochure)
WAIKATO ART MUSEUM, Hamilton, NZ; Forest Proverb
1986 GOVETT-BREWSTER ART GALLERY, New Plymouth, NZ Sculpture Installation: River Proverb
JANNE LAND GALLERY, Wellington, NZ; Sculpture on Location
1985 DENIS COHN GALLERY, Auckland, NZ; Chris Booth
JANNE LAND GALLERY, Wellington, NZ; Chris Booth Sculptures
CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART, Hamilton, NZ; Proverb Series
1983 AUCKLAND CITY ART GALLERY, Auckland, NZ; Nga Tamariki a Tane, (catalogue, text: E K Cameron)
NATIONAL ART GALLERY, Wellington, NZ; Nga Rimu o Puketi, (brochure, text: Tim Walker – From Epstein to Matchitt)
1982 DOWSE ART MUSEUM, Lower Hutt, NZ; Chris Booth Sculpture 1969 – 1982
HOCKEN LIBRARY, University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ
1980 DENIS COHN GALLERY, Auckland, NZ, Northland & Auckland Sculptures
1978 VICTORIA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY, Wellington, NZ

Collective Exhibitions

2003 ART IN MOTION, Bos van Ypeij, Tytsjerk, Leeuwarden, Netherlands; Varder III, wood, 700cm x 120cm selected international artists, (catalogue, text: Dr. Cathrin Nielsen & Ulrich Lang)
1999 VOLUME & FORM, Singapore; Pumice from the Mountains, In Celebration of Victoria Stone, (catalogue)NEW ARTS CENTRE, Roche Court, East Winterslow, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, UK
1998 CRMA Fine Arts Centre, ATKINSON GALLERY, Millfield, Street, Somerset, England, UK
NEW ART CENTRE, Roche Court, East Winterslow, Salisbury, England, UK
GOW LANGSFORD GALLERY, (3 sculptors exhibition) Auckland,
NZ TE PAPA TONGAREWA, Museum of NZ, Parade exhibition, Wellington
NZ FNSWR, Auckland,
NZ HERRING ISLAND GALLERY, Yarra River, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
1997 CHRISTCHURCH ARTS FESTIVAL, Christchurch,
NZ BAY OF ISLANDS ARTS FESTIVAL, Ludbrook House,
NZ NEW ART CENTRE SCULPTURE GARDEN, Roche Court, East Winterslow, Salisbury, England, UK
1996 2ND ASIA-PACIFIC TRIENNIAL EXHIBITION, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia; exhibited Pumice from the Mountains, pumice, stainless steel cable, wire, 600cm x 400cm x 400cm, (catalogue)
FISHER GALLERY, He Toi Whakairo, He Mana Tangata, Auckland,
NZ ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS, Melbourne, Australia; 150th Anniversary Exhibition, 20 selected artists, (catalogue, text: Ken Scarlett)
1995-96 NEW ART CENTRE, Roche Court, East Winterslow, Salisbury, England, UK
MERIDIAN GALLERY, Melbourne, Australia
1994 CIVICO MUSEO REVOLTELLA, Galleria D’Arte Moderna, Trieste, Italy; Revoltella Estate, (catalogue)
PALAU DE LA VIRREINA, Barcelona, Spain; Differentes Natures Visions de l’Art Contemporani, (catalogue, text: Liliana Albertazzi)
ACAF4, FOURTH AUSTRALIAN CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR, Melbourne, Australia; (catalogue)
1993 BAY OF ISLANDS ARTS FESTIVAL, Kerikeri, NZ, (brochure)
MUSEUM OF MODERN ART AT HEIDE, Melbourne, Australia; Official Opening
GALLERIE DÉFENSE, Paris, France; Differentes Natures Visions de l’Art Contemporani, (catalogue, text: Liliana Albertazzi)
1992 THE GALLERY, Northland Polytechnic, Whangarei, NZ; Official Opening (brochure)
AUCKLAND MUSEUM, Auckland, NZ; Artiture, toured 4 NZ public galleries, (brochure)
ACAF3, THIRD AUSTRALIAN CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR, Melbourne, Australia; (catalogue)
1991 MARSALA & PALERMO CITY ART GALLERIES, Sicily, Italy; Il Sud del Mondo – South of the World, the Other Contemporary Art, (catalogue, text: Ian Wedde)
1990 THE BATH HOUSE, Rotorua, NZ, Hei Konei Inaianei/Here and Now, 15 selected NZ sculptors
1989 FISHER GALLERY, Pakuranga, Auckland, NZ; Gates & Lintels
1988 WORLD EXPO 88, Brisbane, Australia; 03 II, (catalogue)
1983-84 NATIONAL ART GALLERY, Wellington, NZ; Nature and Form
ROBERT MCDOUGALL ART GALLERY, Christchurch, NZ; Spare Parts, (catalogue, text: J Hurrell)
1982 RKS GALLERY, Auckland, NZ; NZ Society of Sculptors & Painters
1979 PETER WEBB GALLERIES, Auckland, NZ AUCKLAND SOCIETY OF ARTS, NZ; Society of Sculptors & Painters
1979 WELLINGTON CITY ART GALLERY, Wellington, NZ; Pulp Show
1976 WHANGAREI GALLERY, Whangarei, NZ; Behind the Eye
1973-80 WAIRARAPA ARTS CENTRE, Masterton, NZ; Hansells Sculpture Award Annual
1969-70 PENWITH SOCIETY OF ARTS, St Ives, England, UK

Conferences

2013 ISC (International Sculpture Centre) SYMPOSIUM  (Panel Speaker) Auckland NZ
2005 SCULPTURE BY THE SEA, PUBLIC SCULPTURE CONFERENCE (Guest Speaker), Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
1997 LINKING ART & URBAN DESIGN (Guest Speaker, illustrated lecture) associated Symposium: SITES PACIFIC, Waitakere City, Auckland, NZ
1996 TICKON-TRILOGY, Art-Nature-Science, Denmark
2nd ASIA-PACIFIC TRIENNIAL Conference, Brisbane, Australia

Selected Awards and Accolades 

2012 NORTH TEC  TAI TOKERAU WANANGA  HONORARY FELLOW  -  For an outstanding and distinguished contribution to society in general
2012 ARUP DESIGN YEARBOOK 2012 – Wurrungwuri,  selected as one of only 50 design projects worldwide
2011 SILVER AWARD OF HIGHLY COMMENDED – CONSULT AUSTRALIA, Wurrungwuri, Specialist ServicesArup Pty Ltd
2007 WINNER – Johnston Estate Commission, Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney Australia
2004 WINNER – Hamilton Gardens Entranceway Commission, Hamilton, NZ
2003 INTERNATIONAL ART IN MOTION EXHIBITION, Bos van Ypeij, Tytsjerk, Leeuwarden, Netherlands
2002 WINNER (Open Category) – 2002 KAO International Kinetic Art Competition, Wind Quake, Florida, USA
2000 HANOVER 2000 EXPO representing New Zealand and Australia
1998 WINNER – 10th MILLFIELD INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE COMMISSION FOR 1998, Somerset, England
WINNER – GREENHAM COMMON TRUST AWARD SITE WIDE PUBLIC ART/SCULPTURE, Newbury, England
WINNER – ARTISTS IN INDUSTRY PROJECT, Mildura Arts Centre, Victoria, Australia
1997 FINALIST – NILLUMBIK ART IN PUBLIC PLACES AWARD, Victoria, Australia
NZ ANZAC MEMORIAL – (joint semi finalist with Sydney architects: Tonkin Zulaikaha), Canberra, Australia
1996 WINNER – CHRISTCHURCH/SEATTLE SISTER CITY COMMISSION AWARD, Christchurch, NZ
1990 BRITISH COUNCIL, travel grant re: England, Scotland & Northern Ireland guest illustrated lecture tour of 9 Universities and Art Schools
1980-96 CREATIVE NZ, ARTS COUNCIL OF NZ, TOI AOTEAROA, a number of project, exhibition & travel grants over the years.
1982 FRANCES HODGKINS FELLOWSHIP, University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ
1979 AOTEA SQUARE, Auckland, NZ; Finalist – water sculpture competition, Maquette

Book Publications (Chris Booth) And Documentaries (Chris Booth)

2012 ART IN NATURE – Haesim Kim, John K Grande.  Korean Publication (www.borimpress.com) ISBN 978-89-433-0894-0 03600
2012 ARUP DESIGN YEARBOOK 2012 – Wurrungwuri,  selected as one of only 50 design projects worldwide
2012 THE MAKING OF WURRUNGWURI – A Documentary by David Stalley.  Vimeo
2011 PUBLIC ART & ECOLOGY – Editor in Chief Yang Guini, Chinese Publication (www.worldarteco.com)
2010 A GALLERY WITHOUT WALLS, TV NZ Artsville, documentary on Connells Bay Sculpture Park, Top Shelf Production
2007 WOVEN STONE – THE SCULPTURE OF CHRIS BOOTH, Chris Booth – foreword by Edward Lucie Smith, essays by Ken Scarlett and Libby Hakaraia Publisher: Random House NZ Code: ISBN 978 1 86962 122 3
2007 DIALOGUES IN DIVERSITY Art from Marginal to Mainstream – John K Grande.  Pari Publishing, ISBN 978-88-901960-7-2
2005 RESPECTING THE EARTH, Maori TV – 45min documentary – Nga Uri o Hinetuparimaunga Director: Libby Hakaraia
2005 NIEUW IN NEDERLAND AFLEVERING 3, Avro Dutch National Television
2001 CHRIS BOOTH, SCULPTURE IN EUROPE AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND, text by Gregory O’Brien, Ken Scarlett, Edward Lucie Smith; Publisher: Random House, NZ Code: ISBN 1-86962-073-9
1998 BALANCED STONE, text by Fiona Clarke, David Eggleton, Maurice Nutira, Ken Scarlett, Barbara van Ernst; Publisher: Lincoln University Press in assoc Daphne Brassell Publications, NZ Code: ISBN 0-909049-09-2
1993 CHRIS BOOTH SCULPTURE, text by Alexa Johnston; Publisher: David Bateman Ltd, NZ Code: ISBN 1-86953-130-2
1992 WHEN A WARRIOR DIES, Valhalla Productions, Wellington, NZ; Director: Michael Hardcastle