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Exhibitions

What’s the Matter: Inga Fillary

What’s the Matter: Inga Fillary

March 12 – June 5, 2022 | Alcove Gallery | Inga Fillary’s installation, What’s the Matter, plays with psychic discomfort and damaged and shattered imagery – it invites the viewer to experience instability, exploring the materials of a flawed humanity. Each component of the installation offers its own journey, history and vital force - deeper realities lie concealed beneath their perceived surfaces.

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Kōkōrangi ki Kōkōwai: Nikau Hindin

Kōkōrangi ki Kōkōwai: Nikau Hindin

March 26 – May 22 2022 | Main Gallery | A journey in understanding Maramataka and traditional celestial navigation practices through the revitalisation of aute, Kōkōrangi ki kōkōwai is a major solo exhibition by artist Nikau Hindin (Ngai Tūpoto, Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi).

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Terminus: Jess Johnson & Simon Ward

Terminus: Jess Johnson & Simon Ward

30 April – 24 October 2022 | Holt Gallery | With their pioneering use of virtual reality, artists Jess Johnson and Simon Ward, have created a mysterious universe of alien architecture populated by humanoid clones and cryptic symbols, traversed via a network of travellators and gateways. Please note, Terminus is open to the public Mon-Thurs from 11am till 4.30pm, and normal hours Fri-Sun, so our local schools can come experience it first thing, without interrupting your viewing pleasure.

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Cellular Memory: Elizabeth Thomson

Cellular Memory: Elizabeth Thomson

June 4 – August 21 2022 | Main Gallery | For over 30 years, Wellington-based sculptor/installation artist Elizabeth Thomson has been drawn to areas of scientific knowledge such as botany, micro-biology, oceanography and mathematics.

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Te Pō Uriuri - The deep darkness:  Poutu Puketapu

Te Pō Uriuri - The deep darkness: Poutu Puketapu

June 11 - August 28, 2022 | Alcove Gallery | Te Pō Uriuri is an immersive experience retelling the pūrakau/legend of Uru, the eldest child of Ranginui and Papatūānuku. This installation embodies the safe haven, Te Kahutuanui-a-Rangi, the cloak of Uri’s father, where he fled, seeking refuge as he withdrew from his whānau. Uru sits here as a contemporary koruru in an era of deep darkness – Te Pō Uriuri.

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