Kelcy Taratoa – The Panoptic Tower

21 Feb – 15 May 2016

The loss of privacy through online monitoring and public surveillance has created a culture of Orwellian fear and paranoia. Taratoa’s latest series of paintings grapples with pop-culture referents to unpack these anxieties.

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George Nuku – Bottled Ocean 2116

21 Feb – 15 May 2016

Bottled Ocean 2116 presents an expansive translucent double-hulled waka. Floating in space, it is surrounded by imagined creatures of the deep created from recycled plastics.

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Bob Jahnke – ATA: a third reflection

13 February – 15 May 2016

Professor Robert Jahnke’s Ata explores Māori creation narratives and prophetic imagery through light and reflection.

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Robyn Parker and Pam Mundell – Inlet Influences

31 March – 1 May 2016

Craft/Art – the age old debate! Where does one end and the other start? How can/could any differences be defined? Weaver Robyn Parker and painter Pam Mundell challenge themselves with these questions in their collaborative exhibition Inlet Influences.

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SHIFTING PARADIGM – The village of Sa’anapu, Samoa

18 March – 24 April 2016

The exhibition seeks to explore memories of place after the adversity of natural disasters. The inevitable effects of climate change on coastal villages of Samoa, such as Sa’anapu, reveal shifts in the physical, cultural and psychological factors of the village environment and ultimately its people.

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