For National Poetry Day, a mixtape of New Zealand poets curated by Hera Lindsay Bird and Ashleigh Young.
Profiles of the American artist Sol LeWitt and the New Zealand ethnomusicologist Richard Nunns explore the passage of cultural knowledge – and all its disruptions, too.
Simon Comber on the blurred line between fiction and non-fiction, and on discovering and journeying and becoming in the work of Martin Edmond.
For a musical that seems certain to meet international success, The Factory was born out of discontent, frustration, and a twenty-something year dream. Ahead of their Edinburgh season, James Wenley examines their long evolution.
Ahead of their debut film Fantail premiering at the New Zealand International Film Festival, Sophie Henderson and Curtis Vowell talk about the experience of making it, the shift from theatre, and the discovery of family secrets.
The Kim Kardashian game
Ahead of tonight’s historic final reading of the Marriage Amendment Bill, Paul Gallagher looks back at the world of private Christian education packages he came from and asks why the church remains so implacably hostile to other people’s happiness.
Two poetry posters for you to enjoy: Bats by Ashleigh Young and Ways of Making Love by Hera Lindsay Bird.
Profiles of the American artist Sol LeWitt and the New Zealand ethnomusicologist Richard Nunns explore the passage of cultural knowledge – and all its disruptions, too.Read more ›
Ahead of further screenings here, in Australia, and in the States, Richard Bol reviews what makes the documentary on Jarvis Cocker’s beloved 90s group tick – and eventually click.Read more ›