This exhibition brings together a diverse range of artworks that reflects tertiary practice as a time where many artists begin to develop a sense of political agency. Collectively these works push and pull our understanding of the Pacific with a scope that is much larger than New Zealand.
Keynote presentation: Binna Choi, 5:30pm 14 July. Symposium: 9:30am – 4:30pm 15 July. Wānanga: 16 July.
This publication is one outcome of the exhibition Since 1984: He aha te ahurea-rua?, curated by Martin Awa Clarke Langdon and held at ST PAUL St in 2014. In this exhibition biculturalism, from the perspective of his generation – who he refers to as the ‘kōhanga reo generation’ – was the focus.
Dark Watch is titled after Rhodes’ ST PAUL St exhibition shown in February-March 2106. Co-published with The Physics Room, and designed by Ella Sutherland, the book includes a foreword Christina Barton, and texts by Charlotte Huddleston, Rebecca Boswell, and Ash Kilmartin.Dark Watch was produced with the generous support of Creative...