Still (detail) from Mnemosyne (2022) Sorawit Songsataya. Commissioned by CIRCUIT with the support of Te Uru and Creative New Zealand
Curator Tendai Mutambu talks to Sorawit Songsataya and Ary Jansen about their works in the group exhibition Otherwise-image-worlds
An animated panorama of modernity under capitalism.
An series of excerpts from a 4 channel installation exploring fitness, sexuality, consumer symbols, and idol worship
As the sea seethes in and out from the shore, the artist recalls trips with his grandmother along the now almost nonexistent road at Colac Bay, Southland.
Carpets from Aotearoa's parliament are layered with distinctive moss-covered rocks from a farm in Southland.
An Indifferent World
Alicia Frankovich’s Atlas of Anti-Taxonomies at the Christchurch Art Gallery picks apart the desire to categorise, classify, and impose order on the natural world.
We're All Walking Around with Disorganised Films in our Pockets
Mark Williams talks to filmmaker Martin Sagadin about their formative film influences and the two films now streaming on CIRCUIT, The Short Trilogy of Peace and Oko na Roki.
3 New Works in a Year of Protest and Pandemic
Louie Zalk-Neale, Gabriel White, and Jamie Berry showed new work on Masons Screen in Wellington's CBD while people protested against the vaccine mandates, and Aotearoa tipped in and out of lockdowns.
This weekend, 4–7 June 2022, three big exhibitions and screenings of Māori moving image are happening across Aotearoa—in Wairoa, Ōtautahi, and Te Whanganui-a-tara.