[NetBehaviour] Today is Auckland Time #1 !
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Today is Auckland Time #1 !
1. Public Lecture: Elam School of Fine Arts Lecture Theatre, University
of Auckland, New Zealand
Monday 12 November 2007. Easy Listening Series > Against Cultural
Confinement: a talk by UK-based curators Kitty Anderson and Gavin
Delahunty > UK based curators Gavin and Kitty will draw on their
individual experiences to discuss the current landscape for contemporary
art. Explore contemporary perspectives in the aesthetic, semantic,
social and economic aspects of their different roles through the prism
of the public institution and the art fair. Kitty Anderson is Associate
Curator of Frieze Projects, the annual curatorial programme at Frieze
Art Fair. Gavin Delahunty has recently been appointed Curator of
Middlesborough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA). Prior to this he worked
as Assistant Curator at Modern Art Oxford.
2. Public Lecture: Museum Building Theatrette, Massey University,
Wellington, New Zealand
Thursday 15 November 2007 4-5PM. Patrick Laviolette > Dr Patrick
Laviolette is a senior lecturer at Massey University. One of his current
research projects The Second Life of Things investigates the recycling
of identities, history and heritage. In this lecture Laviolette will
present through several international examples how historically
significant relics and waste are transformed into works of art. He aims
to challenge superficial views of ‘recyclia’ (or recycled art) and
consider more conceptual, holistic perspectives by emphasising the
conversion of everyday artefacts into recyclia and recycled narratives.
The talk will explore the recovery of social memory and the recuperation
of the past.
3. Artist Talk: The Gus Fisher Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
Saturday 17 November 1pm, Blackboard lecture: John Reynolds > John
Reynolds is a well-known New Zealand painter who has used "drawing"
heavily as a language of uncertainties, chance associations, of flashes
of meaning. His work embraces life’s complexity through drawing, rather
than trying to simplify it. In the Blackboard Lecture, John Reynolds
will explore the texts in his I Tell You Solemnly installation, a
site-specific work made for the foyer in response to the gallery's
dramatic architecture. This installation is on show until Sat 24
November. Reynolds' Speaking Truth to Power is also on show in Gallery Two.
4. Call for proposals: Blue Oyster Art Project Space 2008 International
Summer Residency. Dunedin New Zealand
Apply by Monday 19 November 2007: Residencies/Fellowships, all creative
areas. Residency Dates: March 2008 (negotiable) > The Blue Oyster Art
Project Space, Dunedin, New Zealand is currently seeking proposals from
practitioners in any discipline or media for our 2008 International
Summer Residency. The aim of the International Residency is to allow the
Blue Oyster Art Project Space to engage directly with sectors of the
Dunedin community and expose the city to the culture and practice of an
international practitoner. It allows an international practitioner to
travel to New Zealand (if required) and develop a project that
specifically engages with a specified sector of the Dunedin community
over a period of four weeks in March 2008. It is vital that the
practitioner indicates how they propose to do this in their application.
The Blue Oyster Arts Project space will provide some assistance to the
chosen practitioner in liaising with the relevant community groups. For
more details contact Michelle Armistead on blueoyster at blueoyster.org.nz
or refer to the link below.
5. Call for proposals: The Kiosk 2008, The Physics Room, Christchurch,
Apply by Friday 30 November 2007, all visual arts > The Kiosk is located
in the busy intersection on the corner of High, Lichfield and Manchester
Streets in Christchurch. It brings contemporary art to the streets, and
it's the smallest and most public art site of The Physics Room. The
space is equipped with power, halogen lights and built-in speakers, with
floor dimensions of 700mm along the windows, 557mm at the narrowest end,
710mm at the widest end and 705mm high. The Kiosk is currently seeking
proposals from artists and curators for exhibitions in 2008. For
application details and further information, please refer to the link below.
6. Call for proposals: NZ Sculpture OnShore 2008
Apply by Saturday 1 December 2007 > NZ Sculpture OnShore is a national
outdoor sculpture exhibition that's held biennially on Auckland's North
Shore. NZ Sculpture OnShore features major works by many established
sculptors alongside works by emerging artists, it is the largest outdoor
sculpture exhibition and a major fixture on the New Zealand arts scene.
The 2008 exhibition will be curated by Rob Garrett. Rob recently led
Auckland City Council's public art review and project managed
Speculation, New Zealand's portable pavilion for the 52nd Venice
Biennale. The sculpture exhibition also helps raise funds for the
support of Women's Refuges. For more information and an application
form, contact Rob on curator at nzsculptureonshore.co.nz or refer to the
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