exhibitions past

Past Exhibitions 2019

Exhibition Dates

SASKIA LEEK

Early Telepaths

Early Telepaths presents a new suite of paintings by Saskia Leek. The works in this exhibition represent the continuation of an extended period of research by the artist, who in 2016 completed her MFA... Read More
9 feb 2019 -
26 may 2019

YANG YONGLIANG

Artificial Wonderland

Trained from a young age in shui-mo hua, traditional Chinese ink painting, Yang Yongliang (b.1980) uses digital technologies to explore the intersection between this art form and the contemporary worl... Read More
8 dec 2018 -
19 may 2019

SONYA LACEY

Newspaper for Vignelli

Working across video, installation and performance, Sonya Lacey’s practice is concerned with communication, language and information systems. These interests have seen her look to various printi... Read More
18 mar 2019 -
19 may 2019

NEW NETWORKS

Contemporary Chinese Art

Since the late 1970s the contemporary art movement in mainland China has undergone a rapid transformation, emerging as a highly significant presence within the world of international contemporary art.... Read More
8 dec 2018 -
28 apr 2019

WILLIAM LINSCOTT

Image struck (repeat)

A REAR WINDOW PROJECT ‘Reality itself is postproduced and scripted, affect rendered as after-effect. Far from being opposites across an unbridgeable chasm, image and world are in many cases jus... Read More
21 jan 2019 -
17 mar 2019

JONATHAN JONES

UNTITLED (D21.281 GALARI BARGAN), 2018

In the 1920s the Australian Museum in Sydney exchanged a collection of Aboriginal and Papua New Guinean material with the Otago Museum in Dunedin, receiving two Māori amo (bargeboard supports)... Read More
2 jun 2018 -
10 feb 2019

COMPRESSION MEMBERS

Curated by James Hope

The original Australian Mutual Provident Society (A.M.P.) building that stood on the corner of Princes and Dowling Streets in central Dunedin was designed by the architect Louis Boldini and was com... Read More
3 nov 2018 -
27 jan 2019

JENNIFER WEN MA

Brain Storm

A REAR WINDOW PROJECT Jennifer Wen Ma (b. 1973, Beijing) lives and works between Beijing and New York. After moving to the United States in 1986, Ma completed a MFA at the Pratt Institute, New York i... Read More
8 dec 2018 -
20 jan 2019