"...this anonymity, which can only breed within a crowd, enacts a radical invisibility within Offspring of rain. It destabilises the authority of physical existence in favour of sensation." - Jane Wallace
"...what we get isn’t the straight take but the oblique angle, the refracting line in which storylines can multiply." - Hamish Win
In this second essay of a three-part series exploring how key moving-image concepts arise in other formats, Hamish Win discusses Guillaume Cailleau, Shaun Waugh, Pablo Picasso, Oscar Enberg and Tahi Moore.
Circuit Artist Film & Video NZReally looking forward to sharing 'Personal Space' our 2019 programme of Artist Cinema Commissions with the good folk of Tāmaki Makaurau from this Friday. Look out for a special evening screening & conversation with the artists closer to Xmas2 days 21 hours ago
“The usual reasons queer community might gather are to organise for political or social action, or to socialize without a sense of being 'other'. Something else is happening here.”
Watch Kate Walker's HooP (2010) - https://t.co/F0IJRX8XSghttps://t.co/6zLlgDnuC8
"How we judge Campbell’s photography might come down to how we judge the ability of the camera to put an idea of contact and connection into practice" - Tim Corballis on Joyce Campbell now at Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi until 20 October
Thanks to everyone who participated in From Me To You, the 2019 CIRCUIT Symposium presented as part of AURA last weekend. A great day full of generous and inspiring conversations. Here, Selina Ershadi, Dilohana Lekamge, Deme Scott-McGregor and @shansymule, our end of day panel. https://t.co/Lrh7zUwB1X
Tomorrow we are pleased to welcome Nina Tonga to give the opening address in From Me To You. Nina is an art historian and Curator Contemporary Art at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Te Papa.
Register for the symposium by the end of the day https://t.co/Jl9VZTSuozhttps://t.co/wCjgU1GchH