I have constantly stressed the pulsative function as it were of the subconscious” - Jacques Lacan
The Pulse is a force sewn into the fabric of private and public space. From neon hoardings to video games to the ticking of a clock, from car windows to the dancefloor, the pulse is both liberating and threatening. At the same time, the pulse is intimate, inside of our ticking bodies, measuring longing and desire. We depend on the pulse to keep us going, we absorb it both consciously and subconsciously.
Please join us to celebrate the opening of It’s for You, a selection of digitally mediated works by Colin Woods.
In her introduction to Artificial Hells, theorist Claire Bishop defines participation in art as that “… in which people constitute the central artistic medium and material, in the manner of theatre and performance”.
During his 2016 summer residency at Headlands Centre for the Arts (Sausalito, California, U.S.A.), Auckland based artist/musician & instrument builder Phil Dadson converted an old, wooden ex-US Military store –building 961– into a sonic play-space, an expansive instrument with multiple voices that he worked and performed in, solo and collaboratively.
Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design, 24 Balfour Road, Parnell, Auckland 1052
Acclaimed architectural and urban landscape photographer and filmmaker Cristobal Palma will be speaking in Auckland.
Cristobal Palma will present the keynote presentation at the MOVING SPACES SYMPOSIUM.
Palma is an architectural photographer and filmmaker based in Santiago, Chile where he founded Estudio Palma.
Palma studied at the Architectural Association (AA) in London before practicing as a photographer focused primarily on architecture and urban landscapes. His editorial work includes commissions for: Monocle, Wire, The New York Times and Domus.
Moving Spaces is an interdisciplinary symposium that will bring together academics, practitioners and researchers to address the expanded field of architectural filmmaking.
The symposium will explore how the various forms of moving image from feature films through to animated gifs have created new discourses and methods of reportage and will explore the possible implications for narrative strategies, critical engagement and design within architectural discourse.
Pioneering composer, filmmaker, historian and writer Michel Chion is one of the world’s foremost thinkers on sound in cinema. This spring, Chion will visit New Zealand for the first time, presenting a lecture performance at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki and an epic, multi-channel concert at the Auckland Unitarian Church.
Over an 10 channels and two-and-a-half hours, Chion presents his classic work Requiem (1973) alongside a new audiovisual composition Third Symphony (2016) and the musique concrète piece The Scream (2017).
Pioneering composer, filmmaker, historian and writer Michel Chion is one of the world’s foremost thinkers on sound in cinema. Join Chion for a lecture-performance at Auckland Art Gallery followed by an epic multi-channel concert at the Auckland Unitarian Church the following evening.
In this specially commissioned lecture-performance, Chion traces a history of the ‘acousmêtre’ – his term for the mysterious off-screen voice in cinema – through his own oeuvre, and the works of Robert Bresson, Fritz Lang, Hans-Jugen Syberberg, Spike Jonze and more.
The CIRCUIT Critical Forum is a monthly discussion group for artists who work with the moving image to talk about ideas and practice in a mutually supportive environment and in dialogue with CIRCUIT. The CIRCUIT Critical Forum takes place on the first Tuesday of every month at Artspace.