Past Event

SCREENING: Miranda Bellamy & Amanda Fauteux, Liam Hoffman, Kim Pieters and Bridget Reweti

Mane 13 Hūrae

Monday 13 July


Blue Oyster Art Project Space

Wide shot of plant growing out of concrete in urban environment

Image: Listening to our Plant Neighbours (still), Miranda Bellamy & Amanda Fauteux, 2019

Monday 13 July, 7–8.30pm

Join us for a screening of video work by Ōtepoti-based practitioners and celebrate the final week of TIME is Love. 

Each work will be projected on the front window and viewable from the gallery and the footpath (with you, the audience, located inside with the heat pump and a selection of hot drinks). All welcome!

TIME is Love, is curated by Kisito Assangni and presented in collaboration with The Nomadic Art Gallery.
For more information see here

Kim Pieters

Kim Pieters (1959) lives and works in Dunedin, New Zealand. Her artistic practice could be described as emergent, adaptive & nonlinear. She is predominantly a nonrepresentational painter and also produces photographs, experimental film, writing and music from her Dunedin studio. Pieters has a tendency to build her work, no matter what genre, around two or more distinct nuclei, using the juxtaposition of these autonomous yet resonant realms to create a clearing of sorts. This clearing allows for thinking itself rather than the mere recognition of thought. Her work is represented in private and public collections including the Chartwell Collection, Auckland Art Gallery, Toi O Tamaki, Christchurch Art Gallery, Te Puna O Waiwhetu, Victoria University Collection and the Dunedin Public Art Gallery.

Miranda Bellamy and Amanda Fauteux

Miranda Bellamy and Amanda Fauteux are partners and artistic collaborators whose practice of listening to plants enables the critical revision of human histories through interdisciplinary and site-specific projects. They have responded to the stories of plants from the overgrown urban berms of New York City and hollowed-out forests of Vermont, to Aotearoa where their practice has held the tension between endemic and introduced plants. Bellamy holds a BFA from the Dunedin School of Art and Fauteux holds an MFA from Concordia University in Montréal. In June 2020 they were digital artists-in-residence with Artspace Aotearoa. They have been collaborating since 2019 and live in Ōtepoti., @_miranda_was_here__, @amanda.fauteux


Bridget Reweti
Liam Hoffman