20 Dec – 23 Dec 2006
The 2006 Enjoy fundraiser!
20 Dec – 23 Dec 2006
The 2006 Enjoy fundraiser!
Every Now, & Then
Ella Bella Moonshine Reed, Louise Menzies, The Association of Collaboration
29 Nov – 16 Dec 2006
On not forgetting: Before relational aesthetics became well articulated in international critical discourse, performance-based practices occupied similar contentious territory.
Hallways of Lives
9 Nov – 25 Nov 2006
Language, personality and the parameters of two specialised diciplines: physics and romance writing were investigated in O'Neill's Hallways of Lives.
27 Oct – 5 Nov 2006
The opening was followed by a performance at 8pm in Wellington's Oriental Bay and featured the lighting of Celebrate Crate - a special edition box of fireworks that retailed in 2005 marking the 400th anniversary of Guy Fawkes.
Fiona Jack, George Kontos, Josh Stone, Kim Schoen, Nate Harrison, Rebecca Hobbs
14 Oct – 21 Oct 2006
Enjoy Public Art Gallery was proud to present Royal Alumni, a dynamic group show curated by artist Fiona Jack, featuring Nate Harrison, Rebecca Hobbs, Fiona Jack, George Kontos, Kim Schoen and Josh Stone.
Enjoy Lasting Performance Series
Beth O’Brien, Gemma Tweedie, G-fab & the meat pack, Kaleb Bennett, Murray Hewitt, Raised by Wolves
27 Sep – 7 Oct 2006
Featuring works by Kaleb Bennett, G-Fab and the Meat Pack, Murray Hewitt, Beth O'Brien, Raised by Wolves and Gemma Tweedie, performances were situated in and outside Enjoy Gallery, across Wellington and reaching as far as South America.
Sometimes a kiss is...not just a kiss
6 Sep – 23 Sep 2006
In Sometimes a kiss is... not just a kiss, Sandy Gibbs explored the slippery slopes of gendered identity, selfhood and subjectivity.
Cloud Shape Classifier
18 Aug – 1 Sep 2006
Douglas Bagnall created a machine that takes the hard work out of cloud watching.
Calling the Mirrorical: Deep Dives into the Deepest Depths
27 Jul – 11 Aug 2006
Present by Cryptozoologist G. Bridle
G. Bridle is a cryptozoologist; he investigates and studies the mirrorical, an entity which is ‘hidden' or possibly unattainable. He describes it as a demanding existence requiring perseverance and faith in the face of scepticism, but tirelessly he does not waver from this lifelong vocation. G. Bridle here documented this quest for the mirrorical, an aesthetic spirit, through the portrayal of potential habitats and sites of reference.
Inner City Real Estate
8 Jul – 21 Jul 2006
In 2005, Enjoy Gallery moved from 174 to 147 Cuba Street. Although this move was short in distance, producing a street number that is satisfying, albeit confusing in its reversal, the relocation brought about a great change in terms of new architectural challenges and considerations for exhibiting artists to work with.
CLUBSproject Inc. & Christopher L. G. Hill present:
Christopher LG Hill, Clubs Project Inc
14 Jun – 30 Jun 2006
Work by Christopher L.G. Hill, James Deutsher & guests
CLUBSproject Inc. was an artist-initiated project, which initially resided above the old Builders Arms Hotel in Fitzroy, Melbourne, Australia, operating from this site for three and a half years. Since the closure of this pub CLUBSproject encountered a struggle with the new landlords and it became untenable to remain on these premises.
Green Belt Video Suburb
Jenny Gillam, vjRex
24 May – 9 Jun 2006
Green Belt Video Suburb was a collaborative multimedia installation by Wellington artists, vjRex and Jenny Gillam, which explored relationships between environmental and suburban anxiety.
Andy Palmer, Julien Dyne
3 May – 19 May 2006
It can often feel like there's an art biennale opening somewhere in the world every second day. In Pacific Rim Inaugural Emergency Shelter Trienniale (or P.R.I.E.S.T.) artists Julien Dyne and Hamish Palmer chose this ubiquitous format to showcase some of their latest works in a tongue-in-cheek collaboration.
12 Apr – 28 Apr 2006
Deflation saw Dunedin-based artist Violet Faigan's continuing exploration of the role of value in contemporary society.
16 Mar – 25 Mar 2006
Lucky Sod saw local artist Caroline Johnston play with ideas relating to the contrived organisation of nature and how this is manifested in home gardens.
Daniel du Bern
15 Mar – 26 Mar 2006
Local artist Daniel du Bern was selected to represent Enjoy at the 2006 Next Wave Festival.
Rhythm is best considered fractally...
15 Feb – 10 Mar 2006
Over four weeks Chris Cudby was a daily resident at Enjoy, producing weekly printed booklets with accompanying audio CDs documenting his artistic activities in the gallery space.
SLIPs : Small Local Improvement Projects
2 Jan – 10 Feb 2006
SLIPs called for local residents to contribute ideas to improve Wellington, utilizing the gallery as a headquarters and meeting place for the public to come in and discuss their ideas.