Sexier in Print: GLORIA and hard press
The Moral Argument: A Review of 'Jealous Saboteurs'
Feminine Divine: A Review of Orchids

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Art

Two new publishers remind us of art’s love of the printed form.

Artists’ books take every possible form, participate in every possible convention of book making, every possible “ism” of mainstream art and literature, every possible mode of production, every shape, every degree of ephemerality or archival durability.

Johanna Drucker

While publishing is often seen as something supplementary to art...

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...

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Sexier in Print: GLORIA and hard press
Art
The Moral Argument: A Review of 'Jealous Saboteurs'
Theatre
Feminine Divine: A Review of Orchids
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