As part of the exhibition hardening at Enjoy Public Art Gallery, Aliyah Winter will facilitate a group walk on Matiu Island on Saturday 3 March from 9:30 – 2:30pm (with the wet weather date of Saturday 10 March), situating some of her research, writing and thinking within the landscape of the Island.
The Island is accessible by ferry, and places are limited to 20 people. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to attend.
We acknowledge Taranaki Whānui as the kaitiaki of Matiu. All participants will need to comply with the biosecurity instructions from the Department of Conservation in order to protect the wildlife and predator-free status of the Island.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Aliyah Winter is a Wellington-based artist whose performative work extends across the media of photography, video and performance. Recent projects include Under your skin, you look divine, Basement Shop 2018; Whakapapa: The Verb and the Noun with Angela Kilford, Performing Writing Symposium, Wellington, 2017; Intimate Distance, Toi Pōneke, Wellington, 2017; The Tomorrow People (group), Adam Art Gallery, Wellington, 2017; No One is Sovereign in Love, MEANWHILE, Wellington, 2017; The horror of nothing to see, MEANWHILE, Wellington, 2016.