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Newsletter September 2018

 
 
In this issue
 
  1. Symposium: The Time of the Now
  2. New Works
  3. Latest Commentary
 
 
Symposium: The Time of the Now
 

We are excited that the full schedule for the 2018 CIRCUIT Symposium, The Time of the Now, is now online. See our dedicated mini-website here for a full list of speakers, presentations and panels. The date is Saturday 15 September, A light lunch will be provided, for those who havn't registered please do so here.

Our Artist Week kicks into gear this Thursday 13 September with Moya Lawson introducing Arwa Alneami: Never Never Land, 12pm at St Paul St Gallery 3. Also on Thursday, at 5.30pm, we present the opening of Guillaume Cailleau's WUNDERSCHEIN (featuring live screenprinting!) at the Audio Foundation. Guillaume's show also features a collaboration with Matilda Fraser.

On Friday 14 September we present the premiere of our 2018 Artist Cinema Commissions, Truth or Consequences, curated by Dr. Erika Balsom, who has flown in from London to introduce. This years commission programme features new work by Andrew de Freitas, Jeremy Leatinu’u, Vea Mafile`o, Janine Randerson, and Bridget Reweti. This is always a major event on the CIRCUIT calendar. This years provocation asks 'In a world where 'reality' has been discredited, how do artists address the concept of 'truth''? Tickets $10 on the door or via Eventbrite.

Finally, last week we spontaneously inaugurated a festival of live moving images and sound to close the week. Presented in partnership with the Audio Foundation, I Become Instrument happens from 7.30pm, Saturday 15 Sept, Auckland. A post-Symposium party? And after all this CIRCUIT activity has passed, on Sunday 16 September at 2pm our friends at Artspace present a group artist talk in association with the new artist show The River Remains; ake tonu atu. Recommended!

 
 
New Works
 
The

The Eight Hours Plan - Matilda Fraser

4 min 9 sec / Silent

Originally commissioned by CIRCUIT and Wellington City Council in 2017 for the Wellington, New Zealand public art venue Masons Screen, located in Watch »

Truth

Truth or Consequences (trailer) -

1 min 29 sec / Sound

How can artists respond to a ‘post-truth era’ of humanitarian and ecological crisis? Watch »

CIRCUIT

CIRCUIT Artist Profile: Guillaume Cailleau -

2 minutes

Who is Guillaume Cailleau? Introducing the CIRCUIT International Artist in Residence for 2018.Guillaume will be presenting his multi-media Watch »

More Works on Circuit »
 
 
Latest Commentary
 
 

Artists in Conversation #6 - Vea Mafile'o & Jeremy Leatinu'u

“What is true to you may not be true to your neighbour.” -Vea Mafile`o Read More »

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Symposium 2018: The Time of the Now

Presented by CIRCUIT in association with the Documentary Research Group at Auckland University of Technology (AUT), The Time of the Now is a one day symposium which explores the challenges of addressing ‘truth’ in a post-truth world. Register online here.This symposium presents papers, speakers and Read More »

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CIRCUIT Cast Episode 72: An interview with Johan Grimonprez

“The terrorist spectacle accommodates a dirtier game underneath” - Johan Grimonprez. On his 24 hour trip to Wellington, New Zealand we caught up Belgian artist Johan Grimonprez to discuss his films Blue Orchids (2017) and dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y (1997), showing at City Gallery Wellington as part of the Read More »

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