Here you’ll find interviews with artists, reading lists and more. Contributed by Enjoy’s interns, staff, artists and friends.

no, it’s no good iii

Posted on March 24, 2016

We love our building and, when the stars align, love to share it with other people. Margot Mills spent some time in our stairwell over the weekend and produced a beautiful video work addressing ideas of intimacy, labour and domestic space.

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Deanna Dowling at VideoARI, Melbourne

Posted on September 27, 2015

VideoARI brought together single-channel video works selected by artist-run-initiatives from across Australia and New Zealand. With a focus on artist-run-initiatives from outside of Melbourne, the exhibition operated as a platform through which the participating artist-run-initiatives could highlight a single video work from their region and present this within the Melbourne context. The works are displayed simultaneously across a dozen monitors, in a cacophony of video. 

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An Interview with Angela Kilford

Posted on September 11, 2015

Angela Kilford is a Wellington based performance artist whose practice is centred on the act of walking and conversation as way of examining the physical, cultural and social histories of a given site.

Angela has recently exhibited the Reclamation Walk during the 2014 Performance Arcade and was part of the Enjoy Offsite exhibition The levelling of Puke Ahu in March 2015. Elisabeth Pointon has participated in a number of her works and sat down with Angela to discuss her most recent performance with Aliyah Winter–Walk on Fallow Lands at Toi Poneke.

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Summer Residencies at Enjoy

Posted on July 23, 2015

Over the last decade, Enjoy Gallery has hosted artists, designers, curators and collectives in the gallery during the summer months. The gallery has been used as a studio, publishing house and exhibition space, as well as playing host to an expansive range of public programmes and collaborative events.

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