Event Details


Join us Saturday 11 November for the opening of six new exhibitions at Te Tuhi, which include five newly commissioned works by artists from across Aotearoa New Zealand, alongside the first New Zealand presentation of a major video work by award-winning filmmaker and performance artist Wu Tsang.

Wu Tsang’s One emerging from a point of view is a large-scale, two-channel overlapping video projection intertwining two disparate narratives through synchronised camera choreography.

Caryline Boreham’s Disco Volante examines archival material from official records of UFO sightings in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Yukari 海堀 Kaihori’s new installation two sides of the moon draws on practices located in Japanese folk animism to consider the life-force in materials and things.

Louisa Afoa presents Essential Household Items, a still-life photographic series opening up questions around intergenerational differences.

Audio artist and musician Luke Shaw presents (Re)Calling Home, a new audio work referencing sunlight-reflected Morse-code messages.

Artist and writer Ardit Hoxha presents lost dream[s] a large-scale, text-based work across Te Tuhi’s billboard sites in Pakuranga and Parnell.

You are invited to join us and the artists from 4pm for speeches and shared kai. All welcome.


  • Free - All Welcome


  • Sat 11 Nov


  • 4:00 pm — 6:00 pm


  • 13 Reeves Road
  • Pakuranga
  • Auckland 2010