Saturday 16 March, 11am | Jasmine Togo-Brisby will discuss her new installation Can you see us now? commissioned for Te Whare Toi o Heretaunga Hastings Art Gallery, in conversation with Imelda Miller, curator of Torres Strait Islander and Pacific Indigenous Studies at Queensland Museum. Free, no booking required.
9 December 2023 – 10 March 2024 | Exploring the shifting political grounds of global food production, Empty Vessels and Desert Narratives is a dialogue between Aotearoa New Zealand artist Matthew Galloway and Sahrawi Western Saharan artist Mohamed Sleiman Labat. The two, who have had an ongoing correspondence since meeting in 2016, present different perspectives on Aotearoa’s reliance on phosphate rock from Western Sahara.
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