The Gaze is Not Something You Have or Use (It is a relationship entered into)
Wednesday 28 September 5:30pm - 9pm
MEANWHILE Gallery 35 Victoria St, Wellington
There is no one universalised experience of ‘otherness’, but how might these individual narratives we live come together to inform a complexity of concerns around the body and digital life?
The Gaze is Not Something You Have or Use (It is a relationship entered into) is an exhibition of work by national and international wāhine artists and writers. Each artist creates work that is embodied, marked by their experiences and offers ways of expressing empathy through self care, repetition, unlearning/learning and humour.
Exhibition series featuring work by:
Audrey Baldwin (Ōtautahi)
Katherine Botten (Melbourne)
Sophie Cassar (Melbourne)
Quishile Charan (Tāmaki Makaurau)
A-Yes Ha aka Ayesha Tan-Jones (London)
This event is part of a series of pop up exhibtions taking place during 16 September - 10 October, funded by Wellington City Council Public Art Grant and Creative New Zealand. This event includes two curatorial interventions by Laura Duffy and Dilohana Lekamge.
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Free, all ages are welcome and there will be alchole served at this event.