In-between Years: A Review of ‘A Serious Girl’
Spec-Fic Month: 'The National Conversation' by Victor Billot
The Lyrical and the Literal: A Review of When Sun and Moon Collide

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Art

Jessica Douglas considers Roberta Thornley's latest exhibtion and shifting from adolescence to adulthood.

Although I was never a sporty teenager, over the past few years I’ve become increasingly dependent on exercise for its meditative qualities. Whether it’s running, swimming, kickboxing or a class at the gym, I lose all sense of time. When I focus on breathing, on pacing myself and on controlling...

Literature

The National Conversation

Incurious diodes illuminate the profit centres of South Capricornia, autodidact androids cut hot currency hedges on a midsummer day.

Autochthonous technopreneurs monetize ethnic purity as a niche mode, and tropicana theme nanobars offer three for one polar plunge deals

in a hyperborean happy hour in the Arctic of Capricorn. Post abundance ice cube makers replicated...

Theatre

Auckland Theatre Company has opened a rare remount of Briar Grace-Smith’s When Sun And Moon Collide. Kate Prior rediscovers its poetry, but finds it stymied by the production’s soapy literalness.

Dan Williams’ silk flats look like the reflective surface of the moon. Layers of them hang from the rig and push in behind the triangular frame of his dusty, unreflective, avocado-coloured tearooms. Like...

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In-between Years: A Review of ‘A Serious Girl’
Literature
Spec-Fic Month: 'The National Conversation' by Victor Billot
Theatre
The Lyrical and the Literal: A Review of When Sun and Moon Collide
Why We Cried During Wonder Woman
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Why We Cried During Wonder Woman
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A Year Found: A conversation with Catherine Chidgey
By Sarah Jane Barnett
He Whānau, He Ūkaipo: A Review of Te Puhi
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Theatre
He Whānau, He Ūkaipo: A Review of Te Puhi
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Loose Canons: Natano Keni
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Natano Keni is a Samoan playwright and performer who...
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Loose Canons: Natano Keni
By Natano Keni
Welcoming Internationality: In Conversation with Artspace’s Incoming and Outgoing Directors
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Visual Arts Editor Lana Lopesi talks architecture,...
Art
Welcoming Internationality: In Conversation with Artspace’s Incoming and Outgoing Directors
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Spec-Fic Month: A Conversation with Karen Healey & Rhydian Thomas
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During June 2017, we're celebrating the fantastical...
Literature
Spec-Fic Month: A Conversation with Karen Healey & Rhydian Thomas
By Sarah Jane Barnett
Loose Canons: Mara TK
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The son of Māori psychedelic rock legend Billy TK,...
Theatre
Loose Canons: Mara TK
By Mara TK
Join Our Bubble: A Review of White Man Behind A Desk Live
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Adam Goodall attends the opening night of White Man...
Theatre
Join Our Bubble: A Review of White Man Behind A Desk Live
By Adam Goodall
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