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ART GUIDE

SADO Vol. 1 Journal Launch

5.30pm–6:30pm, April 11, at MEANWHILE (99 Willis Street)

Volume One of SADO explores the relationship between the lived experiences of capitalism and anxiety in Aotearoa. Readings by Jordana Bragg and Hannah Mettner at 6.00pm.

 

Between Moods — Jospehine Jelicich, Lauren Redican, and Tyler Jackson

April 6–19, Toi Poneke Arts Centre

Josephine Jelicich, Lauren Redican, and Tyler Jackson manipulate form and space through minimal sculptures and wall works.

 

Look out, Fred! — Evangeline Riddiford Graham

April 6–29, Enjoy Gallery

Evangeline Riddiford Graham, using the structure of a perpetual canon, examines the archetypes and modes of storytelling that define contemporary mythmaking and classical texts.

 

HURTS SO GOOD — Ryan Ballinger

March 30 to April 13, Play_station (8 Egmont Street)

New work from Ryan Ballinger.

 

RUNNING NEO-GEO GAMES UNDER MAME — Petra Cortright // Untitled (McCahon House Studies) — Shannon Te Ao // 100 Chairs in 100 Days — Martino Gamper // On Going Out with the Tide — Colin McCahon

April 8 to July 30, City Gallery Wellington

They finally got rid of Cindy Sherman.

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