Arts

02/06/14

It smells like oranges. When you close your eyes, you’re seven years old, it’s summer and you’re back in the Coromandel.

02/06/14

Doors slam, plates thrown so easily shatter, a thousand fractured screams and tuffs of hair torn out in moments of pure hatred, litter the ground among the broken glass, your broken heart and my broken promises.

01/06/14

A few weeks ago, Victoria University’s creative-writing institute, the IIML, announced a new undergraduate course beginning in Trimester 2: Te Hiringa a Tui, the Māori and Pasifika Creative Writing Workshop.

01/06/14

The gay genre, different from the gay agenda, is a meta-genre of film that covers gay topics and follows gay characters.

01/06/14

The Grace Jones story is one marked by freneticism. After settling in New York by way of Jamaica and a brief stint in Paris, she pursued at once a modelling career, acting career and music career, proving herself appallingly adept at all three.

01/06/14

Hannibal’s one of these shows which has been bashed recently for conforming to this new sub-genre (I suppose it’s now a sub-genre) of the detective-story archetype made more visually violent, while often protagonising a serial-killer.

01/06/14

He Māori tonu ahau? Hei kai mā te hinengaro!

01/06/14

The current situation with the ownership of water is one which has sharks on all sides.

01/06/14

MOAMOA is Oh’s first major solo show at City Gallery, organised in conjunction with Dunedin Art Gallery, and features a range of work produced in the last decade.