Curated by Laura Duffy, worth your while is an installation for public art space Masons Screen. Featuring works by Elisabeth Pointon and Dilohana Lekamge, worth your while examines self care within the day to day environments of work and home.
"...the filmmaker being present to engage with the audience is one of the most special aspects of experimental film" - Jodie Mack. Ahead of their upcoming screenings in Wellington / New Plymouth, Jodie Mack (USA/UK) and Fern Silva (USA/Portugal) give an insight into their working processes.
An interview with curator Lawrence McDonald about PALeo Neo Video - Chapters from the history of video art in New Zealand 1970-1990s, an ambitious and largely undocumented survey of artist moving image practice that was staged in 1999.
Robert Leonard talks to Gavin Hipkins about his latest film, New World (2016). It was made for CIRCUIT’s screening programme This Is not film-making. Artists work for cinema, which premiered at City Gallery Wellington on 9 September 2016, and screens at Te Uru Waitakere on 6 December. The interview is based on a discussion held at the CIRCUIT symposium, Phantom Topologies, at City Gallery Wellington.
Artist and Curator Shireen Seno is currently touring New Zealand with a 30 year survey of Filipino avant-garde cinema entitled The Kalampag Tracking Agency. Shireen took the time to answer a few questions via email about compiling histories out of the rubble of dictatorship and typhoons.