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Sarah Rose, Plastic: Remaking our World

29 October 2022 —
05 February 2023

V&A Dundee, Dundee, Scotland

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Richard Lewer, Lisa Reihana and Francis Upritchard, Sydney Modern Project

02 December 2022 —
02 December 2024

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

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Patrick Lundberg, ∙∙ ∙∙

12 November —
10 December 2022

Goya Curtain, Tokyo, Japan

Writing

A Time of Uncertainties – Remodelling Reality

By Zsófia Danka

31.10.2022

Considering our altered experience of time in a moment marked by crisis, curator and art critic Zsófia Danka looks to Extended Present – Transitional Realities, a group exhibition at Budapest's Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art featuring Aotearoa New Zealand artist Dane Mitchell that explores notions of transience, the failure of modernity, and the possibility of change. 

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Brian Fuata at Singapore Biennale 2022

16 October 2022 —
19 March 2023

Tanjong Pagar Distripark and various locations, Singapore

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Yuki Kihara, Going Native

01 November 2022 —
08 January 2023

Museum Volkenkunde, Leiden, the Netherlands

Writing

Still Alive

By Stuart Munro

18.10.2022

For this year's Aichi Triennale, writer Stuart Munro takes a trip to some of its more isolated venues to see works by Aotearoa artists Nikau Hindin and Yuki Kihara. Visiting buildings of historical significance where the various parts of the exhibition are installed, Munro unravels the far-reaching connections of Hindin and Kihara's contributions to family, survival and place. 

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Taipei Popcorn, L’œil du cyclone (Eye of the Cyclone)

07 October 2022 —
08 January 2023

Le Lieu Unique, Nantes, France

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Simon Denny, Dotcom Séance

16 October —
04 December 2022

Now Building, London, UK

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Peter Stichbury, Limited hangout

21 October —
03 December 2022

Fine Arts Sydney, Sydney, Australia

Writing

Forever Fresh Talanoa Series 2.1

By Ioana Gordon-Smith, Rosanna Raymond, Tanu Gago

10.10.2022

Our first episode in this four-part talanoa series, produced in collaboration with In*ter*is*land Collective, has Rosanna Raymond and Tanu Gago reflecting on recent international projects and the difficulties of being Moana artists working in countries with cultural amnesia over their colonial pasts. Written response by Aotearoa writer and curator Ioana Gordon-Smith.

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Li-Ming Hu, ISCP residency

01 October —
30 November 2022

ISCP, New York, USA

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Ann Shelton, i am an old phenomenon

04 November —
22 December 2022

Denny Dinim, New York, USA

Writing

FAFSWAG at documenta fifteen

By Will Fredo

20.09.2022

Berlin-based artist and writer Will Fredo discusses the decolonial gestures at play in Aotearoa-based art collective FAFSWAG’s contributions to documenta fifteen, encompassing works that champion unapologetic self-expression, queer joy and the power of futurity in rejecting colonial inheritances.

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Forever Fresh Talanoa Series 2

Partnership

Following on from our 2021 talanoa series, this is a new round of four edited online talanoa (conversations) between several tagata Moana (Māori and Pasifika people) across the globe, once again produced in collaboration with In*ter*is*land Collective.

Each talanoa in this series focuses on different topics central to life in the diaspora and is individually responded to in writing by Ioana Gordon-Smith, a Sāmoan/Pākehā arts writer and curator living in Aotearoa.

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Meandering Gestures, Infiltrating Language

By Imaad Majeed

08.09.2022

Artist, curator and writer Imaad Majeed talks with Aotearoa artist Areez Katki about his participation in Language is Migrant, the latest edition of the international arts festival Colomboscope, in Sri Lanka, and about using embroidery and textiles to explore ideas of displacement, trajectories of violence, and the colonial legacy of his own Parsi heritage.

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On Wet Ontologies, Fluid Hierarchies and Hope-Soaked Propositions at the 23rd Biennale of Sydney

By Emma O'Neill

26.08.2022

This year’s Biennale of Sydney, titled rīvus, included the work of Aotearoa-based artists Sopolemalama Filipe Tohi and Mata Aho Collective. Emma O’Neill, a writer working on Gadigal Land, responds to the exhibition and some of the work presented by the 89 participants invited to interact with different forms and bodies of water.

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documenta fifteen or lumbung one?

By Bruce E. Phillips

12.08.2022

For documenta fifteen, the arts collective FAFSWAG were invited to participate as members of the lumbung process established by this year’s curatorial collective ruangrupa. In the absence of the trophy artist phenomenon so entrenched within mega-exhibitions, Bruce E. Phillips responds to the work of different participating collectives exhibiting in Kassel and discusses how introducing a non-European exhibition-making concept into the heart of arguably Europe’s most revered art event was bound to confound those unwilling to consider a differing perspective.

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Simon Denny, POST-CAPITAL: Art and the Economics of the Digital Age

17 September 2022 —
15 January 2023

Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark