Upcoming Exhibitions


Haere mai! Please join us in celebrating the opening of our next exhibition season, including Elsewhere and nowhere else curated by Vera Mey, The house is full curated by Dilohana Lekamge, Concrete probabilities by Deanna Dowling, Neither Solid nor Liquid by Hana Pera Aoake & Priscilla Rose Howe and Standing in the Sun by Kirstin Carlin.

The event will begin at 3.00pm with a floor talk with artist Kah Bee Chow, followed at 4.00pm by a new performance by artist Li-Ming Hu, both of whom are featured in Elsewhere and nowhere else.

To keep yourself and others safe, mask-wearing will be required.

About Kah Bee Chow

Kah Bee Chow (Malaysia/New Zealand/Sweden) is an artist from Penang, Malaysia and Tāmaki Makaurau, New Zealand, living and working in Malmö, Sweden. In her practice, Chow has often worked with forms of protective architecture for the body such as shields and shells, paying close attention to the particularities of space and site.

Her artwork has been shown in Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Malmö Konstmuseum; Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen; Kunstlerhaus Bregenz; Tranen Contemporary Art Centre, Copenhagen; Signal Center for Contemporary Art, Malmö; Rupert, Vilnius; Magenta Plains, New York; Artspace, Aotearoa New Zealand, among others.

About Li-Ming Hu

Li-Ming Hu spent the majority of her life in Tāmaki Makaurau and is currently based in New York City. Often employing a carnivalesque sensibility, her artistic practice engages with the imperatives of our high performance culture, drawing on her experience in the entertainment industry to explore the relationship between cultural production and the construction of subjectivities.

She studied at Auckland University of Technology, Elam School of Fine Arts, has an MFA from the Art Institute of Chicago and held residencies at the Wassaic Project, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and Flux Factory NYC. Her work has been exhibited at Enjoy Contemporary Art Space, Tauranga Art Gallery, The Physics Room and The Performance Arcade in Aotearoa and at Co-Prosperity, Roots and Culture and Mana Contemporary in Chicago, USA. In 2020, she was selected as a Breakout Artist by the Chicago arts magazine NewCity.


  • Sat 11 Jun


  • 3:00 pm — 6:00 pm


  • 13 Reeves Road
  • Pakuranga, Auckland 2010