15 Dec – 17 Dec 2010
The 2010 Enjoy Gallery fundraiser!
19 Nov – 11 Dec 2010
Christian Nyampeta's upcoming show Prosthesis at Enjoy Gallery is an exploration of our relationship with objects.
Charming the Snake of Reason
Aline Keller, Benjamin Buchanan, Bik Van der Pol, Maria Pask, Marnie Slater, Sjoerd van Leeuwen, Sjoerd Westbroek
20 Oct – 13 Nov 2010
Led by archival research, evidence-based processes, site-responsive methodologies, or the search for unique modes of gesture and speech, the works in Charming the Snake of Reason trace the limits of communication itself, charting a curved line that suggests meaning as fluctuating in the spatial, experiential and ephemeral situation of the encounter.
A Listening Eye
22 Sep – 25 Sep 2010
In early 2009 Dave Kent was diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease. He has retired from full-time design work but remains actively engaged with family, friends and personal projects. This exhibition pays tribute to over three decades of Dave's work, particularly as a member of the Wellington Media Collective.
Enjoy Recipes Illustrated
The Enjoy Trust
10 Sep – 16 Oct 2010
The Enjoy Trust presents
The Enjoy Trust (Amit Charan, Bronwyn Holloway-Smith, Molly Samsell, Ann Shelton, Kate Woods) has taken hold of the gallery space for a month, during this time they will be working on a project that celebrates Enjoy's social, inclusive and community-focused spirit, through Enjoy Recipes Illustrated (A Cookbook In Progress).
PODOCARPACEAE / Dacrycarpus – ASTERACEAE / Pachystegia
26 Aug – 18 Sep 2010
Gabrielle Amodeo's exhibition sees the unfolding of Audrey Eagle's, Eagle's Complete Trees and Shrubs of New Zealand (Wellington: Te Papa Press). Amodeo has finely removed Eagle's botanic illustrations of the more than 800 species, sub species and unnamed plants depicted in this exhaustive collation of New Zealand's endemic flora, with care equal to Eagle's rendering.
For a Limited Time.
29 Jul – 21 Aug 2010
Never to be repeated.
Enjoy Ten Year Anniversary
Clara Chon, D.A.N.C.E ART CLUB, James R Ford, Jeremy Leatinu'u, Leonie Smith, Mike Ting, Murray Hewitt, Outdoor Knit, Schaeffer Lemalu
1 Jul – 26 Jul 2010
Enjoy's Ten Year Anniversary takes inspiration from ideas around guerrilla diplomacy and presents an alternative approach to exhibition making and rethinking relationships between projects and artists within our gallery space
An Imaginary Archive
3 Jun – 27 Jul 2010
The Wellington Collaboratorium
Over the month of June, New York-based artist, writer and academic Gregory Sholette, will be artist in residence at Enjoy.
6 May – 29 May 2010
Enjoy is pleased to present Framework, a photographic installation by Wellington-based artist Andrew Beck.
1 Apr – 1 May 2010
Hollis' video and 3D animated works seem familiar and yet unsettling. They apply and manipulate aspects of gaming culture and virtual reality in a disquieting juxtaposition with documentary style home videos. A sense of urban drift can be pinned down within banal narratives, while retaining an assuredness of the core values of Māori, and urban identities.
4 Mar – 27 Mar 2010
Enjoy is pleased to present Mall, a series of recent works on paper by Ruth Cleland. The series documents suburban shopping malls located around Auckland and Hamilton and represents two years of the artist's work, including drawings that were completed during a three-month residency at the Vermont Studio Centre, USA in 2009.
The Sun Shines Bright
19 Feb – 27 Feb 2010
As his first move in building a new home, a man bought several acres of land far out in the country. He was extremely busy and worked very hard. However, every weekend he would drive out to the country and work on his land. While he saved for his home he planted a garden. Wild bushes were replaced with saplings and flowers and over time he watched his garden slowly grow.
28 Jan – 27 Feb 2010
Taking the peyote cactus and Aldous Huxley's The Doors Of Perception as a points of departure, Simon Glaister will continue to explore these ideas at Enjoy alongside his ongoing investigation of the ever-contentious boundary between man and nature - that which is provided for us and that which we make for ourselves. Central to the residency will be the motif of the garden, and the notion of the artist as guide, shaman, or conduit of hidden or otherwise unobserved knowledge, experience and alternative realities. We might ask: is an artist privy to knowledge, observations, or experiences otherwise inaccessible to non-artists? If so, are these insights of genuine relevance to others? And further, if they are, are they wholly communicable?