As needed, as possible
[a lyrical essay about shapeshifting]Ema Tavola
finding time to discuss nothingŌtautahi Kōrerotia
Gains? Grandmother. Grey Street.James Tapsell-Kururangi
No nSense: An antidote to individualismPublic Share
Risky business: a conversation around artist-runs and professionalisationChloe Geoghegan, Emma Bugden
The making of bread, etc.Sarah Hudson, Zoe Thompson-Moore
IntroductionKatie Kerr, Sophie Davis, Simon Gennard
No nSense: An antidote to individualism
"In February 1908, on the West Coast of the South Island in Aotearoa New Zealand, Blackball miners went on strike for a thirty-minute lunch break rather than the fifteen minutes allowed under their award. A union leader, Pat Hickey, had refused to stop eating his pie when the manager told him his fifteen-minute lunch break was up. Workers were fired, leading to the strike, which caught the public imagination when the presiding judge took a ninety-minute lunch adjournment before fining the miners.
Over one hundred years later, the Public Share collective brings focus to the ten-minute tea break—a hard-won right, secured through organised labour."