There's A Ghost In My House
30 Nov – 15 Dec 2007
Taking inspiration from the eclectically patterned, empty domestic spaces of interior design books of the 50's, 60's and 70's, Benjamin Buchanan examines the nature of abstraction and attempts to re-negotiate the clichés that it brings to mind.
will nature make a man of me yet?
24 Nov – 25 Nov 2007
Tao Wells' exhibition featured large-scale distressed installation, and video for a very limited time.
8 Nov – 23 Nov 2007
Travelling from Auckland, yet arriving without artwork in hand, Patrick Lundberg's kit contained the tools necessary to create his paintings, which do not always require application, relying on removal instead.
Actron and Reactron
18 Oct – 3 Nov 2007
Reactive structures and light sculptures occupied the gallery space in Peter Trevelyan's exhibition.
27 Sep – 13 Oct 2007
Kannika Ou is interested in the migration of materials and products between their places of production, to their subsequent places of consumption.
Make Space Your Space My Space
Beth O’Brien, Kendra McCarthy
24 Sep – 30 Sep 2007
Make Space Your Space My Space by Beth O'Brien and Kendra McCarthy attempts to address the lengths we as a public go to, in order to maintain some form of anonymity and ownership over our own physiological and physical space.
17 Sep – 4 Oct 2007
Speakers Corner is an Enjoy Public Art Gallery project that brings together members of diverse Wellington communities to discuss with the public the one thing they all have in common - experiences of living in Wellington.
We Are Moving Forward Positively
Gemma Tweedie, Matt Gillies
11 Sep – 15 Sep 2007
Pivotal to how thousands of commuters and inhabitants daily meet and view the city at large, the Wellington Railway Station processes a diverse, transient and challenging community daily.
6 Sep – 22 Sep 2007
Is it possible to communicate a real sense of place through dislocated signifiers? Is our own terra firma firmer in reality or metaphor?
A History of Space is the History of Wars
16 Aug – 1 Sep 2007
Spatially unsettled, and without the secure foothold of a single-point perspective, Sanné Mestrom's large drawings and watercolours allude to the presence of a larger continuum, a massive unravelling of space that can be imagined well beyond the paper's edge.
Campbell Patterson, Gemma Syme, Ronnie van Hout, Sarah Jane Parton, Tahi Moore, Terry Urbahn
2 Aug – 11 Aug 2007
A Show of Performance for Video
The Enjoy Trust proudly presents Fronting Up, an exhibition collating an eclectic selection of video works, produced over a ten-year period and never seen together before.
Your words in my mind become mine. Your words are mine now.
11 Jul – 28 Jul 2007
We'll make great pets! We will make great pets!
T & G Building
Gaelen Macdonald, Tim Coster
20 Jun – 7 Jul 2007
With an interest in the process of construction and design, utopian plans, and quotidian ideas of interactivity, T & G Building briefly inhabited the gallery as a working studio.
It's a Wonderful Tonight
24 May – 9 Jun 2007
It's a Wonderful Tonight is a new installation by Louise Clifton. Over the past two years the artist has created a series of photographic portraits based around a mysterious figure in a red suit.
The Warm Thrill of Confusion
3 May – 19 May 2007
Enjoy is proud to present a solo project by Pippa Makgill, whose sculptural installation wraps up the gallery in a playful and formally structured assemblage of materials and objects.
Shelter or Marquee
12 Apr – 28 Apr 2007
What can concepts like freedom and revolution mean in the present?
Oil on Troubled Water
28 Mar – 3 Apr 2007
The lubricator for countless political and historical transactions, oil's relationship with our late industrial society was investigated through Sophie Jerram's project Oil on Troubled Water.
a library to scale
8 Mar – 24 Mar 2007
A LIMITED SUBJECT LIST:
15 Feb – 3 Mar 2007
Enjoy welcomed Melbourne-based artist Stuart Bailey to Wellington during the opening week of the City Gallery’s survey of contemporary New Zealand art - Prospect 2007
Hamish Win, Kate Montgomery
10 Jan – 10 Feb 2007
With a departure from the usual residency format, in 2007 Enjoy hosted an art writing residency.