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Seeing for the First Time

Jessica Lim responds to artworks in the Redbase Gallery booth at Aotearoa Art Fair, an exploration of formless forms, water, art, violence, and capturing the uncapturable.


Tusiata Avia turns into evil-poet-werewolf, and responds to the complaints against her in the New Zealand Media Council ruling, re: The 250th anniversary of James Cook's arrival in New Zealand.


A guide to time travel by Ngaumutane Jones (Kāi Tahu, Ngāti Kahungunu, Tainui, Tūhoe) & Hana Burgess (Ngāpuhi, Te Roroa, Te Ātihaunui a Pāpārangi, Ngāti Tūwharetoa).


(Almost) Every Poet I Have Ever Loved I

To celebrate National Poetry Day, Jessica Lim revists the Pantograph Punch archive. Here she shares five poets who’ve served as her personal roadmap in understanding the art.


Inside You There are Two Catgirls

Gender is a performance, and Alex Stronach shares the duality of femininity - complete with her sweet softness and hissing claws.


In this economy!!?! Natasha Matila-Smith has a rant about money and being an arts worker.


Review: Losing Face

Ding, dong, it’s a father–daughter reunion on Christmas Eve stuck on repeat. Arela Jiang unpacks the unconventional Queer Asian family drama of Nathan Joe’s Losing Face.

The Next Page12.10.21

The Next Page: A New Mentorship Programme

Announcing a new mentorship programme for three emerging writers to work full-time across a range of publications.


You Need to See Āhua Today

Queer makers Āhua Collective welcome Pride month with their hopeful second exhibition. Taualofa Totua shares her thoughts.


Qianye and AL Lin remake cultural myths into personal narratives, reckoning with migranthood, Queerness and translation in a new, super-sized work, writes Gabi Lardies.


The Last Sober Driver

Mohamed Hassan on creating our own spaces, and the beauty of inviting people in. An extract from his new book: How To Be a Bad Muslim.


The Mysterious Bad Boys of the Moana

Emiko Sheehan on tuna: as kaitiaki, as kai, as haututū bad boys, descended from the heavens.


Looking for our next Kaiwāwahi | Editor!

We’re on the hunt for a wonderful new Kaiwāwahi to join the Pantograph Punch and lead our editorial vision. Could that be you?


Heretaunga Haukū nui

Brook Konia on Russ Flatt's new moving image, Te ahua, te wa, te atea, which depicts the transformation of the whenua in Heretaunga, and ruminates on the broad history of land sales in the area.


Te Toi o te Ātetenga: The Art of Resistance

Rangimārie Sophie Jolley explores Te Toi o te Ātetenga: The Art of Resistance, to understand wāhine activist art as a platform to protest and highlight Tino Rangatiratanga.


An End-of-Year Letter from the Kaitohu. Wtf was this year, what are Pantograph up to next, and how you can support our vision of placing people at the heart of our decisions.


The World’s First Lovers

Something new is brewing in Ōtepoti and Kāi Tahu theatre. Mya Morrison-Middleton responds to the ill-fated journey of a Māori wahine in 80's smoke-filled Ōtepoti, intersected with Tānemahuta and Hineahuone's love story.


Meet Our New Kaiwāwahi!

Sherry Zhang 章雪莉 introduces herself and her vision as the new Editor of The Pantograph Punch.


And what if colonisation never happened? Sinead Overbye on the bold fresh perspectives from contemporary Indigenous artists in Whetūrangitia/Made as Stars, at The Dowse.


Raumati Reading Roundup

Need an extra boost to finish your summer reading goals? Jordan, who runs the much-loved Instagram page Māori Lit Blog, offers the perfect books to round off raumati.


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