Walking the shore is commonplace in this country. But are we looking out, or in? Who are ‘we’ here? What are we walking on, or along? And how far does the shore extend in time, place, and, well, film? - Stephen Turner
Curated by Laura Duffy, worth your while is an installation for public art space Masons Screen. Featuring works by Elisabeth Pointon and Dilohana Lekamge, worth your while examines self care within the day to day environments of work and home.
Circuit Artist Film & Video NZIt is with great sadness we note the passing of our friend and colleague Jane Paul. Aside from her work in the 2000’s at the New Zealand Film Archive when she toured archival film programmes through every small town in New Zealand (an incredible feat of community repatriation), she was an invaluable asset in CIRCUIT’s recent attempts to...12 hours 35 min ago
Circuit Artist Film & Video NZ"Mita imagined an industry, and media practice, which would not require Māori and Pasifika media artists to whiten themselves to make film, and which would use the camera, as Barclay tells us at the gallery entry, with ‘confidence … humility, grace and aroha’. ...1 week 18 hours ago
"a well-spring of radical energies that shape Indigenous Māori and Pasifika media practice" - Stephen Turner writes on the influence of Barclay & Mita as seen in group show 'From the Shore' now on @TeUruGalleryhttps://t.co/BWyyf4TbEZ