Exhibition Details


Enjoy is pleased to present A koru is a trajectory, an exhibition by Heidi Brickell (Ōtaki, Aotearoa), and, Metabolism, a film by artist Eugenia Lim (based in Naarm, Australia, on unceded Wurundjeri lands in the Kulin Nation).

Previewing on Friday 17 May, from 6pm.

A koru is a trajectory Heidi Brickell

A koru is a trajectory is an exhibition originating from Heidi Brickell’s 2023 Rita Angus Residency, jointly organised by Enjoy and the Rita Angus Cottage Trust. During Brickell’s residency, she spent time connecting with her whenua, researching her legendary tūpuna Kupe and Tara and collecting rākau from Ōtaki and rimurapa from the shores of Te Raekaihau.

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Metabolism Eugenia Lim

A portrait of a living, working ecology and the multi-species it sustains, Metabolism is a film essay that considers the body-as-land and land-as-body. Filmed around the site of the Western Treatment Plant (WTP) in Werribee, Victoria, Australia, Metabolism considers metabolism as an ambivalent process that connects external and internal forces: from chemical energy-creation within our bodies, to capitalism’s ‘metabolic rift’.

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Enjoy are grateful to celebrate with catering by Seeds to Feeds, an initiative celebrating locally grown, naturally grown, community-building food, and with the generosity of Double Vision Brewing and Everyday Wine.


  • Free - All Welcome


  • Fri 17 May


  • 6:00 pm — 8:00 pm


  • 211 Left Bank
  • Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington