Josh Azzarella, Untitled #175 (hitting an all time low...) as part of Triple Feature, City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi (2022) Photo by Cheska Brown
Art, Authorship & Reuse
Who owns art? Should culture be under copyright? What are the limits of fair use? Artists Josh Azzarella, Bronwyn Holloway-Smith and Eugene Hansen discuss with host Caitlin Lynch.
One of four videos from the sculpture work Faai Kavei Koula (2020) ‘’Ofa’ translates to ‘Love’
A sculptor wakes from sleep, their artwork is made in the presence of an unknown protagonist.
One of four videos from the sculpture work Faai Kavei Koula (2020) ‘Tauhi Vā’ translates to ‘Nurturing relationships’
A visually-driven, psychological snapshot into the lives of three different people and what they desire
The DNA of Film - Nova Paul, Jamie Berry, Jae Hoon Lee
Three artists discuss the intersection of filmic technologies with living world of mauri, whakapapa and spiritual practice.
Alex Plumb: from rapture to rupture
In Alex Plumb's moving image works, fact, fantasy and sonic detail imagine what reality might be.
“It was proposed as a little musical game, but it does involve pain.”Jeff Henderson speaks to Judy Darragh about nine videos referencing Aotearoa's history of corporal punishment
Hana Pera Aoake, Matthew Cowan and Jana Müller, Xi Li and Leala Faleseuga to make new public artworks.