Spectrum for 31 March 2013
It's a museum of dreams and memories. A bit tongue-in-cheek really, but its founder was inspired by a friend with Alzheimers. The tiny Jonesonian Institute - think Smithsonian Institution - is hidden away in Auckland's Waitakere Ranges. There, you'll find bottling jars, full of preserved memories, marbles (in case of loss), pliers (in memory of being pliable) and photo art depicting dementia and nightmares of genetic engineering!