International artist Jan van der Ploeg presents a one-night only event GRIP.
Recent Dunedin School of Art graduate Owen Kahl's Platform populates the gallery with rows of networked computers inspired by jewllery aesthetics. Like a string of beads, the computers act together within one stream of consciousness.
A new configuration of the found, speeding towards an illogical implosion.
This exhibition by German artist Ina Johann responds to the Oblique site specific art project which took place in the small rural South Island community of Otira.
Fiona Amundsen in her photographic exhibition Pedestrian plays with understandings of reality and representation, questioning notions of the photographic image as being purely 'objective.'
Dan Arps, Hannah Beehre, Emma Bugden, Edward Clemens, Paul Johns, Douglas Rex Kelaher, Sean Kerr, Isaac Leuchs, Layla Rudneva McKay, Daniel Malone, Michael Morley, Jonathon Nicol, Warren Olds, Julaine Stepehson, Peter Robinson and Ben Webb.
Teresa Andrew, Ali Bramwell, Steve Carr, Anthony Deaker, Karen Fensom, Farina Lim, Sleep.
Dunedin School of Art graduate Phil Murray presents his first solo exhibition, using found objects to create an immersive, light filled sculptural installation.
Anon, Su Ballard, Ciaran Begley and Rachel, Jon Bywater, Duncan Bruce, Lee Devenish, Cathy Helps, Paul Johns, David Hatcher, Sandra Kellian, Caroline McCaw, Sophie Mellor, Georgiana Morison, Shaun Oughton, Seraphine Pick, Tania Robinson, Nick Spratt, Nathan Thompson, Angela Singer and Lauren Winstone.
Eidia (Paul Lamarre and Melissa Wolf), John Nixon, Marie Shannon, Jan van der Ploeg.