Published papers from the 2015 Curatorial Symposium
Produced as part of the ST PAUL St Gallery 2014 Fellowship. This book is available to purchase for $30 (including free postage within NZ). With contributions from Tosh Ahkit; Abby Cunnane; Lisa Gibson, member of Tamaki Housing Group; David Harvey; Charlotte Huddleston; Grant H. Kester; Ella Grace McPherson-Newton; Sakiko Sugawa and Mary N. Taylor.
Published by ST PAUL St Publishing in association with The Physics Room
Co-edited by Abby Cunnane and Charlotte Huddleston
Proofread by Kristen Wineera
Designed by Ella Sutherland
Printed by Rainbow Print, Christchurch
175 x 250mm, perfect bound, 42pp
Edition of 400
Papers from the ST PAUL St Gallery 2014 Curatorial Symposium: In practice: models of cultural exchange and reciprocity.
Duty of Care, edited by Vera Mey, responds to the 2012 Curatorial Symposium and Season.
Horotiu is an outcome of Local Time's multi-platform research inquiry into naming practices at the gallery site in April-May 2012. The publication, produced in an edition of 100, documents the events and actions that took place during Local Time's occupation of the site.
Ko Nakajima, one of Japan's most innovative and respected video and performance artists, and his protégé Kentaro Taki offer a fascinating view of the historical and contemporary faces of Japanese video art, highlighting its unique sensibilities and aesthetics. Curated by intermedia artist Phil Dadson in asociation with ST PAUL St Gallery, Video Life is both a meditation and a provocative presentation of video technology's impact on contemporary society.