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Exhibition 2018

Margins & Satellites

Margins & Satellites continues artist and designer Ella Sutherland’s ongoing enquiry in...

Exhibition 2019

Ordinary things will be signs for us

Ordinary things will be signs for us is a project by Pōneke-based artist and designer Kerry Ann L...

Exhibition 2018

A working week

Approaching the gallery as a space of development and conversation through three separate project...

Exhibition 2018

and my heart is soft

and my heart is soft is an installation of sculpture and weaving by Ange and Bronte Perry. As mot...

Exhibition 2018

Hybrid Spring

Hybrid Spring is an exhibition by Deborah Rundle and Layne Waerea that explores contemporary noti...

Exhibition 2019

Walking backwards

"Sometimes, when I drive down the street from my house, I see a woman walking backwards down the ...

Exhibition 2018

hardening

Revisiting historical representations of gender and sexuality, Aliyah Winter’s artistic pra...

Exhibition 2018

Looking in, breathing out

Bringing together the work of Hannah Valentine and Vivienne Worn, Looking in, breathing out focus...

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Artist talk: Christopher Ulutupu

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Artist talk: Katrina Beekhuis

Exhibition 2018

Purpose-built

Drawing on public infrastructure and collections of personal knowledge, Purpose-built examines co...

Exhibition 2018

It follows

A contemporary art center in Taipei is____________, should________, could_________, would___...

Exhibition 2016

Gardens against the sun

An Enjoy Trust Project

Exhibition 2018

TYPEFACE: Enjoy

Typeface continues an ongoing project by Vaimaila Urale that explores the dynamics of commun...

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Margins & Satellites

By Ella Sutherland

Exhibition 2019

Dreaming of Lulu

Dreaming of Lulu is a solo exhibition by Pōneke-based artist Christopher Ulutupu. Reimagining mus...

Exhibition 2018

Heart of Glass

Heart of Glass is a collaborative project by Isabella Dampney and Theo Macdonald that plays betwe...

Event

Buy Enjoy 2016

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Spectral Encounters

By Selina Ershadi

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Ordinary things in ordinary places: Meditations on moving

By Connie Brown

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