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Art Not Science

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Art Not Science - HAMSTER 5 Audiobook Part 2( 0:37:15)       
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In Episode 7 of Art, Not Science we are proud to present the second part of the audiobook for HAMSTER Magazine Issue 5. Part 2 features Robin Murphy, Gemma Banks, and Vanessa Crofskey reading their contributions to HAMSTER 5
Published: 1/17/2020 3:45:00 PM
Art Not Science -HAMSTER 5 Audiobook Part 1( 0:57:11)       
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For the last Art, Not Science episode of the year, we are proud to present the first part of the audiobook for HAMSTER Magazine Issue 5. Part 1 features editor Hamish Petersen, and contributors Lynley Edmeades, Pūkauri Productions, and Jennifer Katherine Shields
Published: 12/20/2019 6:00:00 PM
Art Not Science - Responses to our current exhibition Two Oceans at Once( 0:31:19)       
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FIKA writers read responses to our current exhibition Two Oceans at Once. Hear from internationally acclaimed poet Tusiata Avia, and FIKA members: Ana Mulipola, Stephanie Oberg, Siobhan Tumai, Isla Martin, Danielle O’Halloran, and Sarah Maindonald.
Published: 11/15/2019 8:00:00 PM
Art Not Science - Two Oceans at Once( 0:52:52)       
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A talk with Rhea Maheshwari and Kahurangiariki Smith, and curator Charlotte Huddleston on our current exhibition Two Oceans at Once. The artists explore ways of re-writing and re-telling stories. They challenge the singular voice of written and canonised history and suggest that subjective, experiential, and plural histories are equally important. Two Oceans at Once is the second iteration of an exhibition under this title curated by Cameron Ah-Loo Matamua and Charlotte Huddleston and features work by Rhea Maheshwari, Skawennati, and Kahurangiariki Smith
Published: 10/18/2019 1:19:25 PM
Art Not Science - Savage in the Garden( 0:53:23)       
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In this episode we have Tanu Gago and Tapuaki Helu talking about Tanu’s exhibition SAVAGE IN THE GARDEN, which showed at The Physics Room earlier this year. SAVAGE IN THE GARDEN presents a series of photographs of Helu and audio recordings responding to provocations about what it means to be a Queer Pacific Island man and centres queerness as a site for exploration and a pressure point for open social discussion.
Published: 9/20/2019 8:00:00 PM
Art Not Science - A Wandering Thing( 0:52:17)       
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Contemporary artists' talks, views and news from The Physics Room On the second episode of Art, Not Science from The Physics Room, we feature two artist talks. The first by Joshua Harris-Harding who along with Sophie Bannan created “A Wandering thing”; and then Matthew Galloway talks about issues of identity, understanding of place, and the political implications of both through his exhibition called “The Freedom of the Migrant.
Published: 8/15/2019 1:45:23 PM