Blog posts in category: Podcast

Posted Mar 16, 2017
By Mark Amery

“How does your native soul inform your work?” This week on the podcast, host Mark Amery sits down with broadcasting legend Tainui Stephens at the launch of the 2017 Māoriland Film Festival in Ōtaki, to discuss indigenous modes of exchange and distribution.

Posted Feb 13, 2017
By Mark Amery

Do you make art? What does it smell like? Does it fit in a paddling pool?

Posted Dec 20, 2016
By Mark Amery

How do we create indigenous spaces in our institutions? How do we create spaces for new voices? Our 2016 end of year pod took place immediately after a wānanga on curating indigenous art at Takapūwāhia Marae and Pātaka Art + Museum, and a subsequent panel at City Gallery Wellington.

Posted Dec 12, 2016
By Mark Amery

Location!… location? Mike Heynes' new commission for Masons Screen addresses one of the most urgent issues for many New Zealanders, housing affordablity. Host Mark Amery talks to Heynes about responding to current events, and how technology enables political action. As Masons Screen approaches its' first anniversary Mark Amery also talks to CIRCUIT Director Mark Williams about the dialogue between previous works and the screens site in the downtown business district, opposite a fashion school.

Posted Nov 9, 2016
By Mark Amery

How do we attribute value? On the 50th anniversary of the Frances Hodgkins residency in Dunedin 2015 fellow John Ward Knox talks to Mark Amery about art economies, human remains and staying on in the South to examine his “inner gothic cathedral”.

Posted Oct 27, 2016
By Mark Amery

Why start a gallery in 2017? Who needs a physical space? How should it run? Who does it serve? Artists Jordana Bragg and Callum Devlin talk to Mark Amery about MEANWHILE, one of a handful of recently established artist-run spaces in Wellington filling a void in the post-art school vacuum.

Posted Oct 21, 2016
By Mark Amery

“She said I should avoid the Pākehā books on Māori mythology and … take a look in the kids’ section instead.”

Posted Sep 30, 2016
By Mark Amery

What’s the difference between a cave in Sydney and the Auckland Art Gallery?

Posted Aug 30, 2016
By Mark Amery

Could New Zealand’s geographical distance be seen as a strength? Is the rumour more potent than the work? How would reframing conceptualist Julian Dashper as a video artist remap New Zealand’s art history?

Posted Aug 23, 2016
By Mark Amery

How does the method of a works making afford its participants anything?

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