No nSense: An antidote to individualism
By Public Share
Soft launch: As needed, as possible (Tāmaki)
Soft Launch: As needed, as possible (Pōneke)
By Amy Weng, Dilohana Lekamge, Francis McWhannell, Hanahiva Rose, Jessica Aitken, Simon Gennard
By Brenda Sullivan, Simon Morris
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Te Waka Hourua Whītiki, Mātike, Whakatika!
Enjoy is privileged to host a two day exhibition and programme of events by Te Waka Hourua, on Su...
Gaining on lost communication
By Bruce E. Phillips
Hybrid Spring is an exhibition by Deborah Rundle and Layne Waerea that explores contemporary noti...
TUCAT TELETHON: Watch online
Drawing on public infrastructure and collections of personal knowledge, Purpose-built examines co...
Treading the Boards
By Andrea Bell
By Lachlan Taylor
Living Space is a collaborative project between Simon Morris and Brenda Sullivan. Both artists sh...
The Reconstruction and Retrieval of Enjoy Public Art Gallery
By Michael Havell
Seasonal art with a sense of humour
By Mark Amery
Itinerant Promiscuity: A Space for Closeness
By Claudia Arozqueta
An Interview with Quishile Charan
A contemporary art center in Taipei is____________, should________, could_________, would___...
They must still be around somewhere, those old things
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