Eddie Elliott, SUARA / ORO RUA

24 May —
26 May 2024

Singtel Waterfront Theatre, Singapore


Alexa Wilson in Spring Season performance series

8.00PM — 10.00PM
17 May 2024

Grace Exhibition Space, NYC, USA


Caroline Earley and Kate Walker in Personal Structures

20 April —
24 November 2024

Palazzo Bembo, Venice, Italy


Ronnie van Hout, The Giants

29 March —
27 April 2024

Goya Curtain, Tokyo, Japan


Antonia Barnett McIntosh, Susceptible Chambers residency and performance

25 March —
06 April 2024

EMPAC, New York, USA


Kalisolaite 'Uhila, ISCP residency

01 January —
31 March 2024

ISCP, New York, USA


Alicia Frankovich, Spaces of Life

03 February —
09 March 2024

1301SW, Melbourne, Australia


Amanda Newall, The Bremen Intersection

14 February —
18 February 2024

Künstlerhaus Bremen and MS Dauerwelle, Bremen, Germany


Kah Bee Chow, Diva Portal

25 January —
24 February 2024

skēnē, Malmö, Sweden


What is held between bodies

By Clémentine Dubost


After two years of development with his immediate family and numerous international residencies, Amit Noy premiered A Big Big Room Full of Everybody’s Hope in Paris this September, onstage alongside his mother, father, sister and grandmother. Clémentine Dubost spoke with Noy to explore the complexities of this work and his wider practice.


The Polyphonic Sea

By Emma O'Neill


Presented at Bundanon Art Museum, deep in the territory of the Dharawal and Dhurga language groups, The Polyphonic Sea features new commissions and recontextualised work by Antonia Barnett McIntosh, Andrew Beck, Ruth Buchanan, The Estate of L. Budd, Sione Faletau, Samuel Holloway and et al., Sarah Hudson, Sonya Lacey, Nova Paul, Sriwhana Spong and Shannon Te Ao.


Li-Ming Hu, Can it be I’m not meant to play this part?

6.00PM — 8.00PM
26 October 2023

The 8th Floor, New York, USA


Ilke Gers, Moving Backwards to Go Forwards

10 December 2023

Oemoemenoe rugby club, Middelburg, the Netherlands


Te Tangi a te Tūī (The Song of the Tui)

19 October —
29 October 2023

The Cultch, Vancouver, Canada


Rosanna Raymond, Liveworks 2023: OF THE TIME

19 October —
29 October 2023

Carriageworks, Sydney, Australia


Alexa Wilson, Love (in Chaos)

05 September 2023

Scope BLN, Berlin Germany


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. 


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


Li-Ming Hu, If Work

04 August —
19 August 2023

anonymous gallery, New York, USA


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


Amrita Hepi, Straight torque, twin series

19 August —
23 September 2023

Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, Australia


Alexa Wilson, ALIEN

18 August 2023

CPR - Center for Performance Research, New York, USA


21 artists from Aotearoa, Edinburgh Festivals

04 August —
28 September 2023

various venues around Edinburgh, UK


The Octopus Against a Sharp White Background

By Amit Noy


Writer and choreographer Amit Noy reviews Atamira Dance Company’s performance of Te Wheke in the Lenape territory of New York City, and finds a work enlivened by indelible performances and critical Indigenous inquiry.


Lemi Ponifasio, Amor a la muerte (Love to Death)

07 July —
08 July 2023

Joliette Theater, Marseille, France


“I’m a burnt tongue, crying for the promised river.”

By Anne-Marie Te Whiu


In a wide-ranging conversation ahead of the release of poet and performer Daley Rangi’s poetry collection Burnt Tongue, Associate Editor for HUM Anne-Marie Te Whiu talks with Rangi about the role of stories, language and community, on the Gadigal lands of Sydney, Australia. 


Kate McIntosh, Lake Life

18 May —
21 June 2023

Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Brussels, Belgium & Schäxpir, Linz, Austria


Martin Patrick, book release, The Performing Observer: Essays on Contemporary Art, Performance, and Photography

01 March 2023 —
01 March 2028

online and from selected global stockists


Atamira Dance Company, Te Wheke international tour

21 March —
14 April 2023

various locations in Hawai'i and USA


NZPQ, 'Ka emiemi' at Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space 2023

08 June —
18 June 2023

Holešovice Market, Prague, Czech Republic