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ConversationsTitle: Artist Talk by Haegue Yang
Date: Monday, 3 December 2018
Start time: 6:00pm
End time: 8:00pm

Artist Talk by Haegue Yang, Monday 3 December 6pm - 8pm Join internationally acclaimed artist, Haegue Yang for a special evening at Artspace NZ where she will share insights about her longstanding and diverse artistic work. Yang is in New Zealand to present 'Triple Vista Nestings' at The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, a large exhibition that brings together more than a decade of Yang’s practice. 'Triple Vista Nestings' was recently on show at the Institute of Modern Art in Brisbane earlier this year and will be the first exhibition by the celebrated Korean artist in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Known for her complex and sensorial blind installations, sculptures, and video, Yang translates her research and reflections on historical figures and concrete, domestic phenomena using her meticulous language of formalist abstraction. Presented in Auckland by the Govett Brewster Art Gallery in collaboration with Artspace NZ. Places for this talk will be limited please RSVP to geneva@artspace.org.nz

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ConversationsTitle: In Conversation: Sue Bradford and Jack Tame
Date: Thursday, 6 December 2018
Start time: 6:00pm
End time: 8:00pm

In Conversation: Sue Bradford and Jack Tame Thursday 6 December 2018 6pm - 8pm TVNZ Breakfast co-host and journalist Jack Tame joins activist, former Green MP and educator Sue Bradford in a public conversation around the legacy of politics in Aotearoa New Zealand and how this might define our world today. Building on Sue Bradford’s biography 'Constant Radical' by Jenny Chamberlain, the conversation will attempt to provide insight between generations, offer a political mind map of today and address social challenges within contemporary Aotearoa. Audience members have an opportunity to work with clay and make rocks for the 'Riverbed' during this kōrero if they wish to. Places for this talk are limited, please RSVP to geneva@artspace.org.nz

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