Amy Weng is an art writer, editor, and independent curator based in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland. She is the founder of Hainamana, a website dedicated to Asian New Zealand contemporary art and culture, and was the organiser of the inaugural Asian Aotearoa Artists Hui in 2017. She has curated projects for Te Tuhi, RM Gallery, Meanwhile Gallery, and Window Gallery.
Happiness is Only Real When Shared
Presenting works by three contemporary artists from Aotearoa, Hong Kong and Turkey/USA, happiness is only real when shared addresses the current moment by imagining alternative realities, both absurd and frighteningly prophetic in scope.
We’re Not Too Big to Care
We’re Not Too Big to Care, curated by Lisa Beauchamp, is an ambitious show of 16 local and international artists that looks at the slow erosion of civil liberties and economic agency that has beset contemporary society.