Wildness in the Garden of Empire
By Shaun Matthews
"She was the standard," Garcia says, "so whenever we printed anything, we had to pull Shirley i...
Enjoy is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by George Watson, accompanied by ...
A show about earth, flames, pottery and your location
Latent Image* responds both to the material qualities of the gallery space and its past incarnati...
walking forwards backwards
walking forwards backwards explores the practice and traditions of weaving within contemporary so...
turn left at the end of the drive
Through physical and chemical processes, Jay Hutchinson’s elaborate hand-embroidered pieces...
Once there were no windows
Ephemera from the Enjoy Archives
A landscape discovered through a series of physical conversations
TYPEFACE: Live Tattoo Session and DJ Linda T.
Caressing the Silver Rectangle
As digital technologies shift and evolve, they open up new and increasingly complex interfaces wi...
Look out, Fred!
Look out, Fred! is a new installation by Evangeline Riddiford Graham that explores relationships ...
I huti a Manaia i te ika and his heart was broken
Through a series of moving image, sound and photographic works, Ngahuia Harrison’s exhibiti...
it's not what you know, it's what you don't know
Clear your head. Breathe. Inhale the air and clear your mind. Write what you know. This is my min...
For any who come to take from here
Through a series of moving image works and performative actions, For any who come to take from he...
The making of bread, etc. #3
Death Workshop documents a workshop project Mori undertook with a group of student actors over th...
Beginning with film stills and photographs from 1970s gay cinema and print erotica, Robbie Handco...
The photographs in the series Homewardbounder show the entrances to ‘adits’, or horiz...Load more