Commentary in category: Podcast

Posted Oct 27, 2016
By Mark Amery

Why start a gallery in 2017? Who needs a physical space? How should it run? Who does it serve? Artists Jordana Bragg and Callum Devlin talk to Mark Amery about MEANWHILE, one of a handful of recently established artist-run spaces in Wellington filling a void in the post-art school vacuum.

Posted Oct 21, 2016
By Mark Amery

“She said I should avoid the Pākehā books on Māori mythology and … take a look in the kids’ section instead.”

Posted Sep 30, 2016
By Mark Amery

What’s the difference between a cave in Sydney and the Auckland Art Gallery?

Posted Aug 30, 2016
By Mark Amery

Could New Zealand’s geographical distance be seen as a strength? Is the rumour more potent than the work? How would reframing conceptualist Julian Dashper as a video artist remap New Zealand’s art history?

Posted Aug 23, 2016
By Mark Amery

How does the method of a works making afford its participants anything?

Posted Aug 2, 2016
By Mark Amery

In this podcast the panel puzzle over the 'beautiful threads' that interrogate the Adam Art Gallery group show Inhabiting Space but ask 'is that enough?' With host Mark Amery and panellists Thomasin Sleigh and Tim Corballis

Posted Jul 19, 2016
By Mark Amery

Can an image plane be traversed like the threshold of a building, moving from inside to outside and back again? And if so, what are the effects of this movement?

Posted Jul 12, 2016
By Mark Amery

As Janet Lilo enjoys her first solo survey show at Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery, the artist speaks to Mark Amery about coincidence, accountability and her addiction to a socially-driven practice.

Posted Jul 1, 2016
By Mark Amery

Ahead of a series of nationwide screenings in July, the pod examine Amanda Newall's The Hoover Diairies, a new video which chronicles the dawn of neo-liberalism in 1980s New Zealand through a series of true and strangely connected events; a murder, a pop concert and the introduction of fishing qu

Posted May 31, 2016
By Mark Amery

Transmissions and Traces; in this podcast Thomasin Sleigh and Tim Corballis join host Mark Amery to discuss Sonya Lacey's installation Infinitesimals, which taks it's cues from homeopathy, linguistics and material shift.

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