No nSense: An antidote to individualism
By Public Share
Soft launch: As needed, as possible (Tāmaki)
By Amy Weng, Dilohana Lekamge, Francis McWhannell, Hanahiva Rose, Jessica Aitken, Simon Gennard
By Brenda Sullivan, Simon Morris
Soft Launch: As Needed, As Possible (Pōneke)
Gaining on lost communication
By Bruce E. Phillips
Hybrid Spring is an exhibition by Deborah Rundle and Layne Waerea that explores contemporary noti...
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Treading the Boards
By Andrea Bell
Drawing on public infrastructure and collections of personal knowledge, Purpose-built examines co...
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
By Paul G. Johnston
Fashion, Landmark, Paper, and other Typical Relics
By Kerry Ann Lee
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