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Newsletter June 2014

 
 
In this issue
 
  1. Opportunities
  2. New Works Online
  3. CIRCUIT Activities
  4. Latest Commentary
 
 
Opportunities
 

Calls for Entry
Festivals Les Rencontres - New Cinema and Contemporary Art (Deadline 31 July) 
Film, video and multimedia proposals, without any restriction for length or genre 

Grants/Residencies
Creative New Zealand Quick Response Grants (Deadline 4 July)
$7500.00 or less. For projects starting from 8 August 2014

Asia New Zealand Arts grants (Deadline 25 July)
For "projects by New Zealand-based individuals and organisations that help to educate New Zealanders about Asian arts and culture"

Gertrude Contemporary Studio 18 residencies (Deadline 4 August)
A range of residency programs for visiting international artists, curators and writers for 6-12 weeks. Available from January 2015

 
 
New Works Online
 
Owl

Owl Breathing - Denise Batchelor

1 min 24 sec / Sound

"My work examines humanity’s inherent relationship with the natural environment as well as the animalia that live within it. By isolating a single Watch »

PERSEPOLIS:

PERSEPOLIS: WHAT LAYS IN THE ABYSS IT HAS CREATED - Shahriar Asdollah - Zadeh

4 min / Sound

Artist Statement: "Theories on Diaspora can be both regional and global in definition. Diaspora artists affected by global migration propose for Watch »

One

One second in New Orleans - Heather Hayward

1 sec / Sound

Description: One screen, digital video installation with ambient audio Exhibition Mode: Projection or monitor, continuous loop Media Details: 720p HD  Watch »

More Works on Circuit »
 
 
CIRCUIT Activities
 

In advance of the CIRCUIT symposium Locating the Practice: Exhibiting Artist Moving Image we are excited to announce the event will be launched with a screening of works by French artist Camille Henrot at the Academy Cinema, Auckland on 15 August. The programme include Grosse Fatigue (2013) in which Henrot attempts to tell story of the universe’s creation through the collections of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. The programme is introduced by symposium keynote George Clark (Tate Modern) and presented by CIRCUIT in association with Elam School of Fine Arts. Full symposium details will be posted in the next fortnight.

The Seung Yul Oh curated programme OgoGago was presented at City Gallery on 5 June. Commissioned by CIRCUIT as part of it's ongoing series The Artist as Curator, OgoGago features 8 works curated from CIRCUIT's online collection of 450 videos and associated artists. Seung Yul Oh describes the works he has chosen for OgoGago as “... doodling on a new piece of paper, meshing different times of memory”. The programme was prepared by our Massey University intern Callum Devlin, thanks Callum!

 

 
 
Latest Commentary
 
 

A response to Teatro Amazonas at the Regent Theatre, Dunedin 13 April 2014 by David Eggleton

Shoehorned into a spare slot in the NZIFF Autumn Events Classic Movie Weekend at the Regent Theatre in Dunedin, between Carol Reed's thriller The Third Man (1949) and David Lean's biopic Lawrence of Arabia (1962), Sharon Lockhart's film Teatro Amazonas (1999) confirmed itself as a special cinematic Read More »

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CIRCUIT Cast Episode 11: Stuggorings and Fijetterings, MOAMOA, Art and Social Change

In the pod this month our critical panel finds much to celebrate in Peter Wareing's Stuggorings and Fijetterings at Enjoy Gallery, we visit Seung Yul Oh mid-install of his 10 year survey MOAMOA at City Gallery Wellington and we dial up curator Mercedes Vicente on a crackly line in Spain to discuss Read More »

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Walk into the room currently housing Campaign Furniture at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, and the viewer will immediately notice the installation’s resemblance to a commercial showroom. The exhibition, which was curated by Henry Davidson, features work from three young artists: Juliet Carpenter, Read More »

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