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29 July 2023 —
29 July 2023

E-book launch and panel discussion

Becky Hemus. Image courtesy of the author.
Cassandra Barnett. Photo by Ebony Lamb.
Gabi Lardies. Image courtesy of the author.
Liam Jacobson. Image courtesy of the author.
Mairātea Mohi. Image coutesy of the author.
Caroline Powley. Image courtesy Caroline Powley.


Te Tuhi is partnering with Art News to celebrate the launch of the Huarere: Weather Eye, Weather Ear exhibition e-publication with Hot Air: art, writing, climate, a panel discussion featuring contributors to the e-publication and Art News Editorial Director Becky Hemus.

Join Becky as she chairs a spirited discussion between writers Cassandra Barnett, Gabi Lardies, Liam Jacobson and Mairātea Mohi, who have responded to an artwork in the current exhibition programme, and the e-book's designer Caroline Powley as they explore their contributions to the e-publication and consider the value of writing alongside art – and writing about art in our current climate/s. This will be the closing event for the Huarere: Weather Eye, Weather Ear exhibition, which finishes on Sunday 30 July. 

Grab a coffee from Te Tuhi Café and join us for the panel beginning at 11am in Studio 6. 

The e-publication is a collection of written responses to Huarere: Weather Eye, Weather Ear, curated by Janine Randerson, which began its digital programme on the Winter solstice, 21 June 2022 and is currently on view at Te Tuhi in its physical iteration. It features writing by Ammon Ngakuru, Cassandra Barnett, Gabi Lardies, Eleanor Cooper. Liam Jacobson, Mairātea Mohi and Talia Smith, is edited by Janine Randerson, Felixe Laing and Alena Kavka and is designed by Caroline Powley.

→ Read the Huarere: Weather Eye, Weather Ear e-publication here

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