Teghan Burt, Xin Cheng, Judy Darragh, Megan Dunn, Selena Gerzic, Oliver Gilbert, Christopher LG Hill, Virginia Overell, Eli Orzessek, Francis Till, Tim Wagg
Trigongle tri-gong-glee [tráj-gɔ́ŋ-glí] envelopes concepts around traveller and messenger, locating the triangle as a vehicle for our expression and passage. Within a language of process, performance and video, isolation and togetherness are pairing up and coming alive in various corners and dimensions.
Helen Calder, James Bellaney, Kim Pieters, Fu On Chung.
Considering painting as the premise for this exhibition but not the parameter, ‘unpainted’ manifests in symmetrical configuration by drawing together four artists.
The Blue Oyster is pleased to present 'The Optimists', new work by Christchurch based artist Sophie Bannan and Auckland based artist John Ward Knox. While each artist presents a series of work unique to their current practice, 'The Optimists' offers a parallel moment; a space to overlap without preconceived themes or constructed ideologies.
Presented in association with Puaka Matariki Festival Dunedin 2014, Te Ao Huri Huri | The Turning World uses a series of constructed lamps projecting through turning patterned shades to immerse the viewer in changing stories of the cosmos, the cycles of life and death, the atua Rangi and Papa.
The Blue Oyster is pleased to present 'Specific Objects', a solo project by Auckland based artist Yona Lee. For this exhibition Lee has developed a new series of free standing sculptural works.
As an activated sound sculpture, 'Attachment Drawing: Interface' experiments with social metaphor and mechanical production, exploring inbuilt possibilities of failure and ephemeral solutions.
New work by Auckland based artist Ben Clement.
A rind, a cloth, chain, a stone, water... Who Opens the Door returns to Annie Mackenzie and Dave Marshall’s backgrounds in textiles and ceramics, informed by their many temporary homes, portable collections and environments.