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11 November 2023 —
11 November 2023

Exhibition opening

Wu Tsang  One Emerging From a Point of View, 2019 (video still)  Two-Channel Overlapping Projections, 5.1 Surround Sound  43 minutes  Image courtesy of the artist and Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi
Yukari 海堀 Kaihori, two sides of the moon, 2023 (studio detail), low-grade iron ore with 57 per cent iron by weight and 7.6 per cent titanium dioxide, bronze and resin casts, 3D printed objects and Japanese calligraphy paper. Image courtesy of the artist.
Caryline Boreham, Dark silent metallic object, 2023. Image courtesy of the artist
Louisa Afoa, Essential Household Items, 2023. Image courtesy of the artist
View towards Sugarloaf Communication Tower, Ōtautahi Christchurch. Image by Luke Shaw.
Ardit Hoxha, lost dream[s], 2023 (detail). Image courtesy of the artist.


Join us Saturday 11 November for the opening of six new exhibitions at Te Tuhi, which include five newly commissioned works by artists from across Aotearoa New Zealand, alongside the first New Zealand presentation of a major video work by award-winning filmmaker and performance artist Wu Tsang.

You are invited to join us and the artists from 4pm for speeches and shared kai.

Read more about the exhibitions:

One merging from a point of view, Wu Tsang (USA)

two sides of the moon, Yukari 海堀 Kaihori (Aotearoa NZ/JP)

Disco Volante, Caryline Boreham (Aotearoa NZ)

Essential Household Items, Louisa Afoa (Aotearoa NZ)

(Re)Calling Home, Luke Shaw (Aotearoa NZ)

lost dream[s], Ardit Hoxha (Aotearoa NZ/KS)

Te Tuhi is open as usual during the Eastern Busway construction. 21 William Roberts Road, Pakuranga, is the best address to enter into navigation apps to guide you to the free parking at our door. Please call us on (09) 577 0138 if you have any questions.