"As Amator progresses camera and mother become voyeurs as they move through the city, mountains, desert, interiors and exteriors. At times the camera is shared for others to use, it has become a family member." - Judy Darragh
In this CIRCUIT Cast 2019 review we welcome Judy Darragh (artist), Remco de Blaaij (Director, Artspace Aotearoa), Becky Hemus (Writer) and Lucinda Bennett (writer). Our panellists gather to discuss the notable shows, artists, works and provocations of the Aotearoa artworld in the year past; in the moving image and every other discipline you can name.
Among the highlights celebrated are Māori Moving Image: An Open Archive, works by Natasha Matila-Smith, Sorawit Songsataya, Selina Ershadi, Ruth Buchanan's ambitious response to the Govett Brewster's 50th anniversary.
Circuit Artist Film & Video NZA hugely successful showing for CIRCUIT at International Film Festival Rotterdam - IFFR with full houses for every event featuring artists from Aoteaora New Zealand, including showings of work by Natasha Matila-Smith, Janine Randerson, Tanu Gago; and talks featuring CIRCUIT Director Mark Williams and Tanu Gago, the latter rounded off by an epic...17 hours 27 min ago
Circuit Artist Film & Video NZIt's a big weekend at Rotterdam Film Festival for CIRCUIT with films by Natasha Matila-Smith, Janine Randerson and Tanu Gago showing in the next 2 days, and CIRCUIT Director Mark Williams moderating a panel. Full schedule in the link below, come say hello!...4 days 9 hours ago
Circuit Artist Film & Video NZJust...one...more...commission...for 2019! 'Across the face of the moon' by Rangituhia Hollis (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Kahungunu) is our 2nd commission this year for Masons Screen in Wellington. Catch it over the Xmas/New Year break. ...1 month 1 week ago
"One of 4 video-based performances for which I created a large white gown that came to resemble a safe space, a feminine space and an incubator of my body." 4 new works online by Holly Walker. Watch Cave (2019) here - https://t.co/Q37rvY0DA3https://t.co/1YPdIrAQRK
“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