Sep 1, 2019 to Nov 17, 2019
Te Tuhi, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga

Francis Alÿs (BE/MX) // Charlotte Graham (Aotearoa NZ) // Ioane Ioane (WS/Aotearoa NZ) // Knitlab (Aotearoa NZ/KR) // Graeme Atkins, Alex Monteith and Natalie Robertson (Aotearoa NZ) // Tuan Andrew Nguyen (VT)

curated by Gabriela Salgado

“We sweat and cry salt water, so we know that the ocean is really in our blood.” - Teresia Teaiwa

The exhibition Moana Don’t Cry approaches the ocean from a number of angles.

Jun 8, 2019 to Aug 11, 2019
Te Tuhi, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga

Eric Baudelaire (FR/US) // Evangeline Riddiford Graham (Aotearoa NZ) // Emily Wardill (UK)

curated by Andrew Kennedy

Oct 18, 2018 to Oct 21, 2018
Audio Foundation, Whammy/Wine Cellar, Silo Park

The Nowhere! Festival returns!

Aotearoa’s premiere festival adventurous and avant-garde sonics is back, bringing more than 50 incredible acts of off-kilter experimentation to Auckland for four days and nights of boundary-pushing sonic bombardment.

Over Labour Weekend, artists from as far away as Belgium will converge across the city to engage in radical sound making, sonics on the edge of perception, extreme instrumental techniques, vocal catharsis and all round sensory stimulations!

Oct 4, 2018
Audio Foundation

Audio Foundation is pleased to announce a one-off Auckland show by Canadian composer and digital artist Myriam Bleau, following her performance at aaa Festival in Wellington.

Sep 22, 2018
Lopdell Theatre, Titirangi

Working from the Shore is a series of panel discussions that consider how the work of Maori filmmakers Barry Barclay and Merata Mita has informed contemporary understandings and approaches to moving image within the realms of filmmaking, film theory and the visual arts.

Sep 12, 2018 to Sep 14, 2018
ST PAUL St Gallery Three, 40 St Paul St, Auckland, 1010

New Zealand was the first country to give women the vote, making 2018 the 125-year anniversary of women's suffrage. To mark the occasion, CIRCUIT and City Gallery Wellington presents the work of a woman artist from the last country to give women the vote, Saudi Arabia.

Sep 13, 2018 to Sep 29, 2018
The Audio Foundation, Sub-basement of Parisian Ties and Belts Auckland CBD 1021

Audio Foundation is pleased to present a new installation commissioned by CIRCUIT Artist Film and Video Aotearoa New Zealand with the help of AUT by French artist Guillaume Cailleau.

When and how does a piece of paper or an artwork acquire an exchange value? How is its value determined and put into practice?

Wunderschein is an installation focusing on the physicality of money – especially notes – the project models, imitates and fabricates money to address ideas of value in finance and art.

Sep 14, 2018
Ellen Melville Centre, Pioneer Women's Hall

How can artists respond to a ‘post-truth era’ of humanitarian and ecological crisis?

Truth or Consequences is a programme of five new works for cinema by artists Andrew de Freitas, Jeremy Leatinu’u, Vea Mafile`o, Janine Randerson, and Bridget Reweti.

Sep 8, 2018 to Oct 20, 2018
Mangere, Avondale and Titirangi

Te Uru, in partnership with Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, is delighted to present a screening programme of selected Barry Barclay and Merata Mita films.

May 18, 2018
Audio Foundation

The next instalment in the Audio Foundation workshop series caters equally to visual and sonic inclinations.

Spectral transcription is the process of extracting discrete frequencies from a sound recording, and converting them into either musical notation, graphic interpretation, or midi files which can then be used as material for further composition work.

Kerian Varaine has been developing his composition practice in this field for over five years using freely available opensource software.

The workshop will be presented in three parts: