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Newsletter December 2018

In this issue
  1. Activity Round-up
  2. Latest Commentary
Activity Round-up

A big thanks to all of our colleagues and supporters this past year. So many highlights, many of which are set to continue their journey in 2019; the CIRCUIT Symposium The Time of the Now is currently being re-drafted into an e-publication for release in the new year; our 2018 Artist Cinema Commissions are scheduled for exhibition and screenings in New Zealand, and in January we present Jeremy Leatinu'u's Kei o te waka ki te ihu o te waka (2018) at the Rotterdam Film Festival.

For more of the year that was, listen to our 2 part podcast overview of 2018, with panellists Heather Galbraith, Simon Gennard, Shannon Te Ao and host Mark Amery. Streaming on the CIRCUIT homepage until the end of December are three of our previous Artist Cinema Commission programmes, curated by Mercedes Vicente, George Clark, Solomon Nagler & Mark Williams. 17 artist works, most unseen online. Links below.

Now on Masons Screen is the second of our annual commissions for this Wellington public art project, Talia Smith's The light between two points (2018).

Latest Commentary

Thick Cinema presents five moving image works by Kim Pieters, Fiona Amundsen, Sam Hamilton Joyce Campbell, and John Di Stefano. Read More »


"The most interesting way to follow an artist is to do the opposite of what they did" - George Clark Read More »


Six artists respond to the poetry of Joanna Margaret Paul

Through the shaped spaces of thebed's frame; through the flowercarved in wood & through thewindow pane; through the piercedverandah hood, the foliate rose Isee the straight & curved branchesparting of a tree.        Without the lensheaven, /the heavens less understood. Read More »

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