Aliyah Winter

Aliyah Winter is an artist based in Tāmaki Makaurau, often working in response to historical texts and queer histories.

CIRCUIT Resources

Podcast with Laura Duffy and Robbie Handcock (2020)

CIRCUIT Projects

The Sound of SeeingWellington (2020)
Home Movies, Wellington (2019) 
Renewal, Aperture Asia & Pacific Film Festival, London, UK (2019); Blue Oyster Art Project Space, Dunedin (2019)
Masons Screen, Wellington (2015)

Selected Exhibitions

Prophetic Visions, What is the City was a Theatre?, The Performance Arcade, Wellington
Parasite booth, Auckland Art Fair, Auckland

HYPNO.MATRIX (solo), Parasite, Auckland 
Queer Algorithms, Gus Fisher, Auckland
Thinking About Thinking About The Future, Te Uru, Auckland
Into the Open: NZ Arts Festival, Whairepo Lagoon, Wellington.
Rear Window, Dunedin Public Art Gallery

An Affinity of Hammers (solo), HOBIENNALE, Hobart, Australia
To Take The Waters (solo), MEANWHILE, Wellington
Renewal, Aperture Asia Pacific Film Festival, London, UK
Home Movies, CIRCUIT / AURA Festival of Artist Moving Images, Wellington

hardening (solo), Enjoy Gallery, Wellington
CIRCUIT Distributors Screening, Oberhausen International Short Film Festival, Germany

Intimate Distance,​ Toi Pōneke Gallery, Wellington
The Tomorrow People, ​Adam Art Gallery, Wellington
No One is Sovereign in Love,​ MEANWHILE, Wellington
Puawānanga​, WCC Public Art Fund, Wellington
Masons Screen, Wellington
Wairua, Wai-rua, Common Ground Festival, Hutt Valley

JPEG2000 x Lokal Stories x Cyber Nectar presents DARKMATTER​, New Zealand Portrait Gallery, Wellington
The horror of nothing to see, MEANWHILE, Wellington
Early Symptoms,​ Engine Room Gallery, Wellington
No Stone Unturned, The Performance Arcade, Wellington
The Sunset Poem,​ 30 Upstairs Gallery, Wellington

Walk on Fallow Lands, Toi Poneke Gallery, Wellington
Disrupting the Narrative: Remember the Peacemakers, ​Thistle Hall, Wellington
The Leveling of Pukeahu, (performance ​with Izzy O’Neill), Enjoy Gallery, Wellington