Feb 4, 2015
Studio One Toi Tu

Wednesday 4th Feb 2015
6pm - 8pm (arrive 5.30pm ready for 6pm start)

Studio One Toi Tu
Room 10 Level 1,
1 Ponsonby Road
New Zealand 


Culture for Sale Forum is hosted being with the generous assistance of Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust. Seats limited so first come first serve basis. This event will not be recorded or broadcast online. 


Nov 22, 2014

A screening of the film Mindspaces: The Artists Studio, a 2014 documentary film narrated by Denis O’Connor who has authored a chapter titled “Funk, Pop and Putiki” in the book Mudlark. Produced and directed by Stephanie Bennett, the film pays tribute to the work of the artist’s late daughter Dr Blaze Valeska O’Connor (1975-2009), who was involved in the relocation of painter Francis Bacon’s studio to Dublin.

Nov 12, 2014 to Mar 12, 2015
Aotea Centre, level 2

Digital Art Live offers the opportunity for young digital and interactive artists to present their work. Emerging Pixels returns for a fourth edition to showcase the next generation of New Zealand digital talent. Three works by have been selected (see below) to give audiences a taste of what the future of digital art looks like.


EP Experience 1: Discover your reactions through a virtual mirror.

Face Echoes by Donald Smith
12 November to 4 December 2014

Nov 1, 2014 to Nov 29, 2014
Sep 11, 2014
Audio Foundation
This screening looks at small-scale, self-produced cinema. Featuring works by artists Ben Holmes, Gabriel White, Colin Woods and Karin Hofko. Hosted by Father C. J. Woods.
The Audio Foundation
Sub-Basement of the Parisian Tie Factory,
4 Poynton Terrace (Off Pitt St or behind St Kevins Arcade)
Aug 6, 2014
AUT University, Governor Fitzroy Place, Sir Paul Reeves Building, Room WG126

NOP (New Orchestra Practices), the creators of New Zealand’s original joystick orchestra invite you to explore a new audio-visual experience that turns your computer keyboard and web browser into a playful artistic interface. This original local collaboration is the work of visual artist Kim Newall, composer Barnaby Flavell-Chitty, interactive designer Jeffrey Nusz and producers Nolwenn Lacire and Anna Jackson, with the support of the Auckland Council Creative Communities Scheme.

Aug 14, 2014
WG126, Auckland University of Technology

The Artists Cinema is annual programme of short single channel works designed "to consciously respond to, comment on, interrupt and/or reflect on the cinema context". 

This screening includes works by Sorawit Songsataya, Ronnie Van Hout, Bronwyn Holloway-Smith, Karin Hofko, Tahi Moore, Miranda Parkes and Gavin Hipkins. 

The screening will be followed by a live skype interview with Ronnie Van Hout.

Presented by CIRCUIT Artist Film and Video Aotearoa New Zealand in association with Auckland University of Technology, with the assistance of Creative New Zealand. 

Aug 15, 2014
Academy Cinema

New York-based French artist Camille Henrot works across sculpture, drawing and video. 

This programme of recent film and video works explores the connection of the artists’ studio to the museum, the evolution of culture and systems of knowledge, drawing on anthropology and social archaeology.

Aug 15, 2014 to Aug 16, 2014
Academy Cinema, Elam School of Fine Arts

Where is artists’ moving image practice best sited? How can we define and exhibit this diverse and ever evolving area of practice? What type of language do international institutions use and how does it differ from the local?

Led by curator George Clark (Assistant Curator, Tate Modern) Locating the Practice explores a range of exhibition contexts from screenings to installation to reflect on the history and practice of moving image and its exhibition. 

Aug 11, 2014 to Aug 16, 2014
Project Space Gallery, Elam School of Fine Arts

The CIRCUIT Critical Forum is a monthly discussion group for Auckland-based artists who work with the moving image to talk about ideas and practice in a mutually supportive environment and in dialogue with CIRCUIT.

In conjunction with the symposium Locating the Practice: Exhibiting Artists’ Moving Image, the CIRCUIT Critical Forum presents works by Louise Menzies and Sorawit Songsataya.