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Newsletter April 2017

 
 
In this issue
 
  1. Activity Round-up
  2. New Works
  3. Latest Commentary
 
 
Activity Round-up
 

Proxy of Heaven, Films by Zuan Wu screens this Friday 21st April at 7:30pm at the Pyramid Club in Wellington. CIRCUIT has curated a programme of works by the Taiwanese filmmaker and artist, accompanied by live scores from Nell Thomas, Tapioca Dragon and others. $10 door sales only, limited seats.

In international news, CIRCUIT is proud to announce a programme of works to be screened at the Oberhausen IFF in May, with works by Sarah Hudson, Fiona Amundsen, Samuel Ostermann, Peter Wareing, Juliet Carpenter and Gregory Kan, and Daniel Malone. Sam Hamilton's Apple Pie (2016) and the CIRCUIT commisioned programme This Is Not Filmmaking will be screening at Close-Up, London at 7:30pm Wednesday 10 May. 

The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery will host A Little Faith, a CIRCUIT curated programme of works for cinema. With Steve Carr, Karin Hofko, Peter Wareing, Murray Hewitt, Sonya Lacey, Jordana Bragg and Martin Rumsby, the programme screens as part of the Projection Series every Saturday at 1pm, 6 May - 24 June.

 
 
New Works
 
Into

Into The Arms of My Colonizer - Christopher Ulutupu

16 min 22 sec / Sound

"When discussing identity politics I hold very little anxieties about where I am from, I am too busy trying construct who I want to be. This video is Watch »

Karakia

Karakia (Ritual Chants) - Sarah Hudson

2 min 9 sec

A video work created as a part of Ōpōtiki: New Zealand's first drone-friendly town. Watch »

Chris

Chris Kraus and Tao Wells in conversation - Tao Wells

43 minutes, 29 seconds

Author and artist Chris Kraus puts Tao Wells' work The Beneficiary's Office into context via the work of philosopher and activist Simone Weil and the Watch »

More Works on Circuit »
 
 
Latest Commentary
 
 

CIRCUIT CAST Episode 59: Jem Noble's Dream Dialects

"How does entanglement in the technical circuits of ‘progress’ shape not just dreams, but the capacity to dream?" In this pod guests Judy Darragh and Scott Hamilton join Mark Amery to discuss Dream Dialects, an exhibition by British artist Jem Noble recently installed at Te Tuhi, Auckland, which Read More »

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Murray Hewitt - The Rising Gale, Common Ground Hutt Public Art Festival 25 Feb - 4 March 2017

At a moment when the declining quality of New Zealand’s groundwater is a pervasive and recursive societal problem, the recent Common Ground Hutt Public Art Festival set out to examine the city’s relationship to its waters: the Hutt Valley’s aquifer; its bore holes; Te Awa-kairangi/the Hutt River and Read More »

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CIRCUIT Cast Episode 60: Cushla Donaldson's The Fairy Falls

“Is it possible for the Romantic to exceed the rational without eliminating it?” Cushla Donaldson talks Mark Amery through the exhibition The Fairy Falls at Te Uru Waitakere, featuring the premiere of a new film work documenting the mythical 1973 performance by Black Sabbath at The Great Ngaruawahia Read More »

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