Bus Stop no. 8276 outside 174 New Windsor Road, Auckland
Join artist Darcell Apelu on a walk from New Windsor Road to Mangere Lawn Cemetery to trace the memories of her paternal grandparents and to exchange family stories and local knowledge with others. If you have restricted mobility there are a number of scheduled stops along the journey that you can join the group. Please see map for details.
Berlin-based Japanese artist Yukihiro Taguchi creates playful and temporary interventions that engage with any given environment he finds himself in. Using everyday materials found in the immediate vicinity, Taguchi creates formations that are animated through stop-motion techniques. Styrofoam becomes a cigarette-wielding rabbit. Sprinklings of dirt cluster together to create a guiding hand.
Abandoned houses filled with useless old junk. Empty streets in deserted suburbs. And why do the airplanes seem to only be heading west?
‘Baseball’ is a cryptic and hypnotic fever-dream of a world out of sync.
Like picture postcards from a parallel universe, a series of static and surreal vignettes reveal the lives of a loose knit group of teenagers trying to find sense in emptiness.
The feature film debut of F. Theodore Elliott, ‘Baseball’ offers a compelling, challenging and surreal cinematic experience not to be missed.