The Moral Argument: A Review of Jealous Saboteurs
Feminine Divine: A Review of Orchids
Hidden Romantic: A conversation with Dominic Hoey about Iceland

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Art

The abstracted violence of the white imagination in the work of Francis Upritchard.

… this assumes the idea of a world or culture as a container. It’s got boundaries and we need to police them. If you take something from somebody else’s container, then you’re nicking something of theirs. In a more relational mode, though, it’s all about the quality of the relationship.

Professor Dame Anne Salmond...

Theatre

Paul Young reviews the highly-anticipated new work from New Zealand choreographer Sarah Foster-Sproull, which had a short two-night premiere season in the Tempo Festival last week. (Fingers crossed it shall return...)

Orchids, the new contemporary dance work by 2017 Creative New Zealand choreographic fellow Sarah Foster-Sproull, assembles some of our most unique contemporary performance makers to present...

Literature

Jackson Nieuwland talks to Dominic Hoey about his debut novel, Iceland.

I’ve been following Dominic Hoey’s rap career since I was a teenager. I was always struck by his complete originality. He never seemed to be trying to be anyone else but himself; his dense, nimble, and emotional lyrics coming at you in an unashamedly New Zealand accent. When I heard Hoey had written his debut novel Iceland, I...

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Art
The Moral Argument: A Review of Jealous Saboteurs
Theatre
Feminine Divine: A Review of Orchids
Literature
Hidden Romantic: A conversation with Dominic Hoey about Iceland
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Doug Dillaman considers the elusive character of Julian...
Screen
Nothing Easy To Digest: A Review of Risk
By Doug Dillaman
Whakanuia: 4 Things Worth Celebrating in October 2017
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​Our monthly list of awesome mahi to look forward...
Knockouts
Whakanuia: 4 Things Worth Celebrating in October 2017
By Pantograph Punch
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Read Time: 5 mins
Adam Goodall reviews The Swimmer, a high-strung psychodrama...
Theatre
Tepid Bath: A Review of The Swimmer
By Adam Goodall
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Read Time: 8 mins
Ella Gilbert's solo show plays with ideas of constructed...
Theatre
Feminine Mystique: A Review of Soft Tissue
By Jess Bates
Big Ups: 4 Things From September 2017 Worth Reading Again
Read Time: 4 mins
Our monthly round-up of things from The Pantograph...
Knockouts
Big Ups: 4 Things From September 2017 Worth Reading Again
By Pantograph Punch
Arts Writing Workshop in Ōtepoti
Read Time: 1 min
In partnership with Blue Oyster Art Project Space...
The Pantograph Punch Presents
Arts Writing Workshop in Ōtepoti
By Pantograph Punch
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Read Time: 4 mins
Brannavan Gnanalingam considers Agnès Varda’s Faces...
Screen
One Word, Masterpiece: A Review of Faces Places
By Brannavan Gnanalingam
State Housing in the First Person: A Review of Generation Housing NZ and I’ll see you at Orion
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There’s more poignant conversation in this housing...
Art
State Housing in the First Person: A Review of Generation Housing NZ and I’ll see you at Orion
By Lana Lopesi
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