Kai Tāhu collaborate with the Dunedin Public Art Gallery on three exhibitions Hurahia Ana Kā Whetu: Unveiling the Stars, He Reka Te Kūmara,and Paemanu: Tauraka Toi—A Landing Place, in "one epic and epochal mahi toi responding to mana whenua".
In this conversation with Matthew Wood, Gabriel White discusses his twenty-year practice of making films which use the city as material; parallels between his work and mythic literature; and Countdown Mountain as a requiem for Auckland.
Public space, the lifecycle of everyday objects, and clashing ideas of value. Max Fleury discusses four works on CIRCUIT that include collaborations with Anna Brimer, Bena Jackson, and Sabina Rizos-Shaw.
Artists' Moving Image in the pandemic era—a glut of compromise or new horizons for exhibition and accessibility? Three curators and arts professionals discuss a shift from showing in small towns, major cities, and institutions to the online space, and what the future might bring.
In this in-depth essay, Hamish Win considers the art of Sonya Lacey, whose work, he argues, uses "noise"—information’s excess or supplemental qualities—as a productive method through which to convey meaning.
In this pod, host Robbie Handcock speaks to artist Christopher Ulutupu about his production process, which draws on the visual sheen of commercial film-making, but takes a sharp turn to embrace improvisation and collaboration with friends and family.