Make It New or Make It Necessary: Max Harris and the New Zealand Project
Longing for a World Yet to Come: Nostalgia in Contemporary Politics
Becoming Cyborgs: A Review of ‘Caressing the silver rectangle’

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“What would you do if you came this close to death and were then offered seven years of funding to do anything you wanted?” It’s the question ex-Wellingtonian and Oxford transplant Max Harris asks himself at the beginning of his first book, only to face mirth aplenty when he avows his intention to write about New Zealand politics. With good reason, on the face of it - from the outside, it's an impossibly...

Literature

Andrew Dean considers his family's heritage as Jewish refugees, his formidable great-aunt Frances, and the important and often misused relationship between nostalgia and politics.

One weekend afternoon, at the end of the last northern summer, I was in my back garden, working on my thesis, drinking a cup of tea, and eating a biscuit. On this afternoon I was listening to Bach – the Brandenburg concertos...

Art

iPhone dependencies, ‘self-tracking’ and gender, Hana Pera Aoake thinks through art making in a proto-digital age.

When I first got my iPhone I was obsessed with asking Siri different questions, in part out of loneliness. Siri was a friend. Sometimes a friend who was annoying and interrupted you, much like Clippy, the animated paper clip or Microsoft office assistant from the mid-noughties or perhaps more ominously...

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Literature
Make It New or Make It Necessary: Max Harris and the New Zealand Project
Literature
Longing for a World Yet to Come: Nostalgia in Contemporary Politics
Art
Becoming Cyborgs: A Review of ‘Caressing the silver rectangle’
A Marketable Femininity: A Review of FLAPS: Retouched
Read Time: 9 mins
FLAPS: Retouched sells itself as a visceral, honest...
Theatre
A Marketable Femininity: A Review of FLAPS: Retouched
By Jess Bates
Sublime Worlds: A Review of Barbara Tuck’s ‘Plume of Steam’
Read Time: 11 mins
Jessica Douglas ruminates on the under-appreciated...
Art
Sublime Worlds: A Review of Barbara Tuck’s ‘Plume of Steam’
By Jessica Douglas
Loose Canons: Tessa Waters
Read Time: 7 mins
Tessa Waters is a multi-award winning Australian comedian...
Loose Canons
Loose Canons: Tessa Waters
By Tessa Waters
“Who let you into the building?!”
Read Time: 10 mins
Artist and designer Biljana Popovic and curator Elle...
Art
“Who let you into the building?!”
By Elle Loui August
The Auckland Fringe Festival 2017: Week Three
Read Time: 7 mins
Theatre
The Auckland Fringe Festival 2017: Week Three
By Pantograph Punch
Tending the Vines: A Review of deVINE
Read Time: 4 mins
deVINE, a new play by RECollective is the story of...
Theatre
Tending the Vines: A Review of deVINE
By Madeleine De Young
He mau mana‘o no ko Honolulu Hō‘ike‘ike Hana No‘eau o nā Lua Makahiki: Thoughts on the Honolulu Biennial
Read Time: 8 mins
Artist, writer and curator Léuli Eshrāghi talks ecology...
Art
He mau mana‘o no ko Honolulu Hō‘ike‘ike Hana No‘eau o nā Lua Makahiki: Thoughts on the Honolulu Biennial
By Léuli Eshrāghi
Whakanuia: April 2017's celebration of great stuff
Read Time: 7 mins
Paekakariki, Sara Hughes, Native Collective and mental...
Whakanuia
Whakanuia: April 2017's celebration of great stuff
By Pantograph Punch
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