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Million Square - Pallas
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Artbank: 8 September 2019

Artbank: 8 September 2019 Artbank: 8 September 2019, 233.52 MB
Sun 8 Sep 2019

Tom talks with Natalie Tozer. She runs Mothermother, the all-female, rolling exhibit project in Eden Terrace. We talk about the project and the art in it, as well as what happens at Lot23 - the swiss army knife of creative agencies that it is! Plus, the latest exhibition guide. 

Artbank: 1 September 2019

Artbank: 1 September 2019 Artbank: 1 September 2019, 222.03 MB
Sun 1 Sep 2019

Aqui Thami, founder and coordinator of Sister Library, the only feminist library in South East Asia, is in the studio. She talks about the day to day at the library in Bombay, as well as her involvment with the Bombay Underground arts collective. She has been in Auckland with St Paul St Gallery and Samoa House Library. Then, Tim Melville and Heidi talk about his journey from being a flight attendent to one of Auckland's most respected art dealers. The discuss the dynamics of the Maori art market, as well as the behind the scenes of the art market in general. 

Artbank: 25 August 2019

Artbank: 25 August 2019 Artbank: 25 August 2019, 220.85 MB
Sun 25 Aug 2019

We talked to Oliver Cain, Eden Arts Inter Schools competion winner, about perfect nipples and cubicle encounters. Then Oleg Polounine discusses process orientation and how that informs corrugated landscapes. 

Artbank: 18 August 2019

Artbank: 18 August 2019 Artbank: 18 August 2019, 224.86 MB
Sun 18 Aug 2019

Kākano Youth Collective pops up to the studio. Artist Tori Whiting talks about his show at Corban's Estate Art Centre. Mandy Patmore recounts the history of the Collective, and the leaps and bounds in life and art that artists like Tori have made in the last few years. Sean Kerr and Judy Darragh waltzed in to chat about their Two Rooms exhibition, In Kahoots. 

Artbank: 11 August 2019

Artbank: 11 August 2019 Artbank: 11 August 2019, 223.58 MB
Sun 11 Aug 2019

Mercury Plaza is about to be knocked down. But not beforeone last exhibition. Joni Lee and Jia Luo are the curators. Jia talks to Tom  to the historic importance of the Plaza to the Chinese community. She also discusses the artists involved, including herself and her own practice. She highlights the fact that there have hardly ever been any fully Chinese shows in Auckland. 

Artbank: 4 August 2019

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Sun 4 Aug 2019

Heidi talks to Aaron King-Cole about his drawing show "Holotype' at Depot in Devonport. Then she is on the line to Rome, talking to Areez Katki about his shos "come, remember" at Window Gallery with Ophelia King. He has also had a recent recidency in Athens.

Artbank: 28 July 2019

Artbank: 28 July 2019 Artbank: 28 July 2019, 222.57 MB
Sun 28 Jul 2019

Heidi and Tom are in studio with Liz Maw, talking portraits, fantasy and paint. She has a show on at Ivan Anthony Gallery. A poem from Hana Pera Aoake. 

Artbank: 21 July 2019

Artbank: 19 July 2019 Artbank: 19 July 2019, 224.36 MB
Sun 21 Jul 2019

Auckland painter Andrew Mcleod is in studio talking about his upcoming show at show at Ivan Anthony, as well as his recent time in Russia.

Artbank: 14 July 2019

Artbank: 14 July 2018 Artbank: 14 July 2018, 221 MB
Sun 14 Jul 2019

Tom talks to Elliot O'donnell, AKA Askew One - an artist, designer best known for his years as graffiti artist and documenter. We talk about his various journeys, crews, works and collaborations from his time of it. Also on the show -music and a guide to the latest openings & art events in Auckland.

Artbank: 7 July 2019

Artbank: 7 July 2019 Artbank: 7 July 2019, 214.68 MB
Sun 7 Jul 2019

Ardit Hoxha talks about his show Solidaritet/Solidarity at RM Gallery. The exhibition talks it name from the former communist housing block in Kosovo, which Hoxha lived in as a child, just before moving to NZ. Divyaa Kumar talks about her Windo Gallery show - A Denial Is Not The Abolishment Of Fact. Her poetry, presented as large textile works, deal with intergenerational trauma and Indo-Fijian heritage. Heidi is in the studio, playing tunes and beiong awesome.