Mondays Off: A Review of Revolt. She said. Revolt again
One knowledge worker: A review of Martin Thompson's 'Eight Works'
A Dramaturgy of Sound: On Complicite's 'The Encounter' and Being Alone Together

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Jess Bates joins the anarchy of Silo's Revolt. She said. Revolt again, revels in its subversion and wonders if its own maxims have a place in its process.

It’s Silo’s opening night of their 2017 season and the Basement Theatre is agog with that heady mix of the well-dressed and the well-known. With both Pride Festival and Auckland Fringe Festival lighting a fire under Auckland’s cultural arse, it’s no...

Art

Robyn Maree Pickens considers Martin Thompson’s ever-evolving practice.

Martin Thompson (b. 1956) is seated with his folder of drawings beside him when I arrive at Brett McDowell Gallery on Dowling Street, Dunedin. I choose to sit cross-legged on the brown floorboards with my arms resting on the small table between us so that I can see his face. Otherwise it would feel like trying to have a conversation...

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For the first time ever, groundbreaking British theatre company Complicite performs in New Zealand in March as part of the Auckland Arts Festival. Kate Prior gets sonically submerged in their audio epic The Encounter and situates it in the work of this mercurial 30 year-old company.  

LOREN: First contact. What a shot, that’s great. Ideal first contact.

My first encounter with Complicite’s The Encounter...

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Mondays Off: A Review of Revolt. She said. Revolt again
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One knowledge worker: A review of Martin Thompson's 'Eight Works'
Theatre
A Dramaturgy of Sound: On Complicite's 'The Encounter' and Being Alone Together
Contemplating the Absence: Children's Grief and Art
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Eloise Callister-Baker attends a art workshop for...
Art
Contemplating the Absence: Children's Grief and Art
By Eloise Callister-Baker
Body of Evidence: An essay on harassment
Read Time: 12 mins
In this anonymous and disturbing essay, the writer...
Literature
Body of Evidence: An essay on harassment
By Pantograph Punch
Locked out of the studio: On ‘The Creative Life of Anne McCahon'
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Jacqueline Fahey reflects on Anne Hamblett McCahon...
Art
Locked out of the studio: On ‘The Creative Life of Anne McCahon'
By Jacqueline Fahey
Clashing Communities and Negotiating the Mundane: An Interview with Cut Off Your Hands
Read Time: 10 mins
With their first single in six years, post-punkers...
Music
Clashing Communities and Negotiating the Mundane: An Interview with Cut Off Your Hands
By James Manning
Indie Publishing Roundup Summer 2017
Read Time: 6 mins
The bi-monthly Pantograph roundup of what’s happening...
Literature
Indie Publishing Roundup Summer 2017
By Sarah Jane Barnett
Self-Determination and The Struggle: Kyle Powys Whyte on Standing Rock
Read Time: 21 mins
David Hall talks to Citizen Potawatomi Nation philosopher...
Society
Self-Determination and The Struggle: Kyle Powys Whyte on Standing Rock
By David Hall
The Land Never Forgets: A Review of The Undertow
Read Time: 9 mins
Adam Goodall reviews Te Rākau Theatre's The Undertow...
Theatre
The Land Never Forgets: A Review of The Undertow
By Adam Goodall
A feeling for form: James Greig at The Dowse
Read Time: 15 mins
Ioana Gordon-Smith considers little-known histories...
Art
A feeling for form: James Greig at The Dowse
By Ioana Gordon-Smith
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