1. Bridget Reweti’s whenua-based video artworks exude an everydayness so disarming it almost camouflages their wero to colonial landscape conventions (picturesque, sublime, wild, pure, natural). Almost, but not quite – because the everydayness is the wero. Reviewed by Cassandra Barnett

    December 15, 2015
  2. Presented by Julieanne Eason & the clinic, “Between the dog and the wolf” is theatre re-contextualized. The audience is situated within the installation a 1950’s bach the story unfolds in sound and video around them.

    December 15, 2015
  3. The audience’s actions reveal and control this provocative interactive multimedia installation presented by Julieanne Eason (the clinic).

    November 15, 2015
  4. Data Made Flesh, an installation work developed in collaboration with the Australian artist Simon Berman, explored the materiality of code, and the underlying structure of “the network” by representing and making explicit the flows of binary data that circulated through the localised network that we established for the project.

    November 02, 2015
  5. Error Message is an installation work comprised of digital audio-visual elements that engage with the aesthetics and methodology of the glitch, aggregated with found sculptural elements comprised of e-waste. The work seeks to explore the underlying materiality of the digital, and the relations of production that constitute and sustain the aura of the digital. The […]

    November 02, 2015
  6. Tim Gentles introduces PBPR a “fictional public relations firm” founded in 2012 by the then Auckland-based artists Zhoe Granger and Ashlin Raymond and discusses their 100% Pure You video – completed as part of the artist duo’s Blue Oyster Summer Residency in 2013, and their 2013 video Vanitas for Window Gallery.

    October 14, 2015