Rosanna Raymond, Liveworks 2023: OF THE TIME

19 October —
29 October 2023

Carriageworks, Sydney, Australia


Reuben Paterson, Nga Meka Tui Kura (Epilogue)

25 August —
30 September 2023

Bergman Gallery, Rarotonga, Cook Islands


Ilke Gers, That Time

22 June —
05 November 2023

Tabakalera, Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain


Charles Olsen, Grey Silence at ZEBRA Poetry Film Festival

12 October —
15 October 2023

Haus für Poesie and Kino in der Kulturbrauerei, Berlin, Germany


Talanoa Forum: Moana Rising

10 October —
12 October 2023

Powerhouse Ultimo, Sydney, Australia


Nikau Hindin, 35th Bienal de São Paulo – choreographies of the impossible

06 September —
10 December 2023

Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion, São Paulo, Brazil


Denise Batchelor, Cinema 3/99: The wonders of water

23 September —
26 November 2023

CCCB, Barcelona, Spain


Miranda Bellamy and Amanda Fauteux, Collective

05 October 2023 —
11 February 2024

Art Gallery of Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada


Emma McIntyre, An echo, a stain

21 September —
28 October 2023

David Zwirner, New York, USA


Telly Tuita and Yvonne Todd in Ballarat International Foto Biennale

26 August —
22 October 2023

Art Gallery of Ballarat and other venues, Ballarat, Australia


Amit Noy and family, A Big Big Room Full of Everyone's Hope

07 September —
01 October 2023

Théâtre de la Ville—Les Abbesses in Paris and National Ballet of Marseille, France


Ngā Huarere o Te Moana Nui a Kiwa: Pacific Weathers

By Melody Nixon


US- and Aotearoa-based writer Melody Nixon responds to digital artworks in Te Moana Nui a Kiwa; a weather station in the World Weather Network project featuring works by over twenty artists from Aotearoa and Oceania. One of twenty-eight stations in the project, the station featured online artworks by Kalisolaite ‘Uhila, Denise Batchelor and Maureen Lander, The Breath of Weather Collective, and a collaboration between Janine Randerson, Ron Bull, Rachel Shearer, Stefan Marks and glaciologist Heather Purdie. Nixon discusses how a selection of these works may reorient our approaches to the climate crisis. 


Nicole Hone, Plant Fever: Towards a Phyto-centred design

29 April —
31 October 2023

Kunstgewerbemuseum Dresden, Dresden, Germany


Sam Hamilton with Clara Chon, Dr. Tru Paraha, Mere Tokorahi Boynton, Rhonda Tibble, Vaimaila Urale, Te Moana Meridian

25 August —
07 October 2023

Converge 45 at Oregon Contemporary, Portland, USA


Talia Smith, Primavera 2023: Young Australian Artists

09 September 2023 —
04 February 2024

Modern Contemporary Art in Australia, Sydney, Australia


Semantics of a City

By María Inés Plaza Lazo


In May, publisher María Inés Plaza Lazo visited Ruth Buchanan’s A garden with bridges (spine, stomach, throat, ear), a walk-in sculpture and the result of a multi-part collaboration with the New Patrons that brings the synapses between all elements of Mönchengladbach, Germany, to new impulses.


Maddie Leach, Fountains Failures Futures: The afterlives of public art

28 September —
29 September 2023

Lund University, Lund, Sweden


On Measuring Distance: THE FIELD

By Helen Hughes


Art historian Helen Hughes examines how THE FIELD—featuring work by Ming Ranginui, Shannon Te Ao and Shiraz Sadikeen, and curated by Tamsen Hopkinson at Gertrude Contemporary in Naarm Melbourne—inhabits the spaces between categories and haunts institutional memories through a unique curatorial approach.


soft and weak like water

By Amy Weng


Reporting from a visit to South Korea, curator Amy Weng writes about how works by Yuki Kihara and Mataaho Collective connect the ambitious themes and ideas of the 14th Gwangju Biennale to specific histories from their homes in Aotearoa New Zealand and Moana-nui-a-Kiwa.