CIRCUIT Artist Film & Video Aotearoa NZ  

Newsletter March 2021

 
 
In this issue
 
  1. Activity Round-up
  2. New Works Online
 
 
Activity Round-up
 

CIRCUIT is about about to begin a major redesign of our website. How do you think the CIRCUIT website could be improved? What works? What could be better and what's missing? Whether you're an artist, student, educator, curator or simply an art lover, we'd love to know your thoughts! We invite you to take this 12 question survey.

CIRCUIT are looking for board members who are passionate about supporting contemporary art. You will join a professional cohort of artists, curators and managers working towards the needs of the organisation and the community CIRCUIT supports. More information here.

Opening 5.30pm Friday 19 March at The Audio Foundation, Jamie Berry's Whakapapa / Algorhythms. Don't miss the opening of this show which features a live A/V performance by Jamie. (Please note this show has been rescheduled from the original Covid-affected date).

Now showing; on Wellington public art space Masons Screen, Sarah Hudson's Harirū (2018). A wry response to an online DNA test which identified the artists genetic makeup as “broadly Oceanic” and "South East Asian”. Continuing at The Arts Centre Te Matatiki Toi Ora in Christchurch until 31 March, Sovereign Pacific / Pacific Sovereigns, CIRCUIT's 2020 Artist Cinema Commissions.

Below, three recent commissions for Masons Screen, read Mark Amery's essay, Imagine a waterfall.

 

 
 
New Works Online
 
Uninvited

Uninvited Visitor - Layne Waerea

2 min 43 sec / Sound

Uninvited Visitor is a subtle response to recent global conversations around public monuments. The artist drops kumara down Wellington steps which act Watch »

Waterfall

Waterfall Confessional - Theo Macdonald

4 min 51 sec / Sound

"Waterfall Confessional begins as a montage of hazy waterfalls captioned with simple statements. The waterfalls are kitsch, in that they have a  Watch »

The

The Sea in Us - Annie Bradley

18 min 35 sec / Sound

"The Sea in Us responds to the Athfield House in Khandallah by creating a dance. Using gestures and repetition dancer / choreographer Solomon Holly Watch »

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