Latest online readings ?
We commission, develop, and display texts on our website in a parallel programme to our exhibition and cinema schedule. At times, these texts address contexts and circumstances in the expanded field around our programme. At other times they represent independent research interests, framing the political realities of our environment through creative cultural analysis.
New Books at the Reading Room ?
The Artspace Reading Room is a free space accessible during the gallery’s open hours. A large selection of international and local art publications are available for study or recreational reading.
Neighbourhood of Truth, essay by Samuel Te Kani
Xi Li Cruel Optimism Interview
Obadiah Russon Cruel Optimism Interview
A conversation between Bronte Perry and Daniel John Corbett Sanders
Not straight: Queer and the troubling trap of language
Open On Saturdays - Reviewing 'Slow Boil' at Artspace Aotearoa.
Download: 2021 CIRCUIT Reader: Sovereign Pacific / Pacific Sovereigns
Teenage Fantasy: a script inspired by Natasha Matila-Smith
'Globalist Girl Gang', a poem by Millie Dow
How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Nausea
Traversing the seen and unseen
Avenging Karangahape's Endgame
Beyond Essentialism: Contemporary Moana Art from Aotearoa New Zealand
In Human: Parasites, Posthumanism, and Papatūānuku
In response to the exhibition: Amy Howden-Chapman, Advice for our Aerial Ocean.
In response to the exhibition: W e l c o m e.
In response to the exhibition: to and fro.
In response to the exhibitions: James Beckett, Dowsing Schools: Preliminary Findings and Corresponding Survey Kit; g. bridle, the Retreat: Flight Forward.
In response to the exhibition: Peter Friedl, The Dramatist.
In response to the exhibition: Andrew Kennedy, Blaine Western, a hollow action, a room held together by letters.
In response to the exhibition: Jorge Satorre, Emic Etic?