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19 August 2023 —
19 August 2023

Exhibition opening

Lynn Hershman Leeson, Logic Paralyzes the Heart, 2021 (installation view, The Arsenale at the Venice Biennale 2022: The Milk of Dreams, April 23 – November 27, 2022). Image courtesy the artist, Bridget Donahue NYC and Altman Siegel, San Francisco. Photos by Andrea Rossetti Studio.
Harrison Freeth and Benjamin Work, Bodies of Water, Made of Land, 2023. Image courtesy of the artists.
Chia-En Jao, REM Sleep, 2011 (installation view). Image courtesy of the artist.
Catherine Griffiths, 7/7, 14 views, 2023. Image courtesy of the artist.
Yan Jun, studio view, Beijing, China, 2023.
Noel Meek, studio view, Ōtautahi Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand, 2023.


Join us Saturday 19 August 2023 for the opening of our new season of exhibitions, featuring a range of local and international artists. These exhibitions reflect on our evolving human perception in the face of ongoing rhythms of distance and migration as they intersect with new and old technologies.

You are invited to join us and the artists from 4pm for speeches and shared kai. Following speeches, there will be a special performance, Group of Three interprets Mirror Three, in which Noel Meek will be joined by his long-standing collaborator, Sean Martin-Buss, plus Jess Robinson. 

Read more about the exhibitions:

Logic Paralyzes the Heart, Lynn Hershman Leeson (USA)

Bodies of Water, Made of Land, Harrison Freeth & Benjamin Work (Aotearoa NZ)

REM Sleep, Chia-En Jao (TW)

7/7, 14 views, Catherine Griffiths (Aotearoa NZ)

Mirror Three, Noel Meek (Aotearoa NZ) & Yan Jun (CN)

peripheral vision, Shaun Waugh (Aotearoa NZ)

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