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15 November 2014 —
15 February 2015

Other Waters:
Art on the Manukau

Janine Randerson, Until it Runs Out, 2014 (video still). Super16mm film transferred to HD video.
Ergin Çavuşoğlu, Poised in the Infinite Ocean, 2004. Three-channel video installation, two-channel sound (reading from the book "The Outlaw Sea" by the author, William Langewiesche). 5 mins 20 secs dimensions variable © Ergin Çavuşoğlu. Courtesy the artist and Rampa, Istanbul.
Wolfgang Lehmann and Telemach Wiesinger, Meer / Sea, 2004. 16 mm film transferred to digital, black & white, sound, 1:1.33 aspect ratio 15 mins directors & script: Wolfgang Lehmann & Telemach Wiesinger camera & animation: Telemach Wiesinger montage: Wolfgang Lehmann music composed by Misato Mochizuki. Courtesy the artists.
Christina Houghton, Survival tour, 2014. Live performance event on Old Mangere Bridge.
Sarah Treadwell & John Pusateri, Oceanic Foundations: Rising water 1, 2014. Dand-printed CNC-routed drypoints & engravings, from polycarbonate plates, on paper.

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Te Tuhi is proud to host a supporting exhibition in association with Other Waters: Art on the Manukau, a weekend art event located on the Old Mangere Bridge, Onehunga. Other Waters is the collaborative effort of a group of artists and writers gathered together with the aim of foregrounding issues concerning water and weather around the Manukau Harbour. As a whole the project encompasses a diversity of art practice including performance, installation, social projects and video projections on the Holicim silos. These works will attempt to engage local histories and encourage critical debates about natural resources in the domain of Kaiwhare, the taniwha of the Manukau − a restless sleeper who creates sudden surges as he rolls over, causing shifts in tides and weather. 

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→ Other Waters – Screening room programme
→ Other Waters – Exhibition guide

Our gallery is currently closed while we install our next exhibitions, but Te Tuhi Café and our other facilities and programmes remain open. Haere mai!

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