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Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith - The Steady Heart
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith - The Steady Heart
Siti Muharam - Machozi ya Huba
Run The Jewels - Ooh La La feat. Greg Nice & DJ Premier
Y La Bamba - Mariposa De Coalcomán
Lucy Hunter - Replace it with Batter
Dunkelziffer - Colours and Soul
Lion Dixon - Luv
Dick Move - Chop!
Thousand Limbs - Mara
Million Square - Pallas
Molly Nilsson - Hey Moon!
Team Cat Food - Mind
Mdou Moctar - Ibitlan
W.A.L.A - Sacrum Test feat. Salami Rose Joe Louis
Sisters Underground - In the Neighbourhood
Clipping. - Blood of the Fang
Becca Mancari - Hunter

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Artbank 30 June 2019

Artbank 30 June 2019 Artbank 30 June 2019, 214.6 MB
Sun 30 Jun 2019

Heidi talks to Salome Tanuvasa about her recent work an Tim Melville Gallery. Tom talks to Nicholas Pound about his work at Weasel Gallery in Hamilton.

Artbank: 23 June 2019

Artbank: 23 June 2019 Artbank: 23 June 2019, 225.54 MB
Sun 23 Jun 2019

Artbank: 16 June 2019

Artbank 16 June 2019 Artbank 16 June 2019, 348.03 MB
Sun 16 Jun 2019

Heidi is in the studio with Balamohan Shingade and Ioana Gordon Smith, talking about the most recent shows at St Paul St and Te Uru, repsectively.

 

Artbank: 9 June 2019

Artbank: 9 June 2019 Artbank: 9 June 2019, 222.96 MB
Sun 9 Jun 2019

"Guy Ngan: Either Possible or Necessary" is the latest show at Artspace. Curators Remco de Blaaij and Lachlan Taylor talk to Heidi about the artist, his life, and how they curated the show. Guy Ngan 顏國 鍇 (1926 – 2017) was a second generation Chinese-New Zealander born in Wellington, who started practicing wood carving at a young age, and went on to have an extensive career as a sculptor, public artist, muralist and designer. 

Auau was a recent live participatory performance by Mark Harvey. In association with the Kauri Project, his latest work involved him walking the streets of West Auckland, pulling a log made of cardboard, ending up at Corbyn Estate Arts Centre. The work raised awareness of the various plights of kauri. He was also involved in "Guy Ngan: Either Possible or Necessary" and talked about his work for that show.

Artbank: 2 June 2019

Artbank: 2 June 2019 Artbank: 2 June 2019, 122.51 MB
Sun 2 Jun 2019

Nikau Hindin whakapapas to the Hokianga and lives in Tūranga-nui-a-Kiwa (Gisborne). The latest iteration of her mighty effort in the revival of Aute, Māori tapa cloth, are at Te Uru Waitakere as part of NAMES HELD IN OUR MOUTHS. 

Abdul-Rahman Abdullah is an Australian sculptor, carver and installation artist, whose work, "Pretty Beach" is on show at The National in Sydney. "The work is a memorial in some sense, a celebration in another sense, about my grandad’s passing"

Artbank: 26 May 2019

Artbank: 26 May 2019 Artbank: 26 May 2019, 219.41 MB
Sun 26 May 2019

Heidi talks to Rangituhia Hollis, about his two shows of the moment. Māori Moving Image: An Open Archive, has opened at the Dowse in Wellington. The Glass House is an exhibition with Jeremy Leatinu’u, Nathan Suniula, Salome Tanuvasa at Nathan House. 

Tom talks about Vera Wyse Munro, the preeminent radio ham and composer from Northland, who worked through both World Wars, and used her crystal radio to compose experimental music with other hams around the globe.

Artbank: 19 May 2019

Artbank: 19 May 2019 Artbank: 19 May 2019, 223.01 MB
Sun 19 May 2019

Heidi talks to Tokerau Wilson about his show Wheke Fortress at Audio Foundation. The show featured sonic workshops such as "Demystifying Musical Equipment" and a comics/storytelling one, "Outside the Frame".  

Tom talked to Clare Gemima about her forays into the Brooklyn's the "Other Art Fair", and living in New York as an artist. 

Artbank w/ Tom & Heidi: 19 May 2019

Artbank w/ Tom & Heidi: 19 May 2019 Artbank w/ Tom & Heidi: 19 May 2019, 209.16 MB
Sun 12 May 2019

Artbank: May 5, 2019

Artbank: May 5, 2019 Artbank: May 5, 2019, 221.22 MB
Sun 5 May 2019

Artbank: 21 April 2019

Artbank: 21 April 2019 Artbank: 21 April 2019, 221.92 MB
Sun 21 Apr 2019