Upcoming and past events

  • 31 Aug 2019
  • 13:00
  • 101 Amritsar Street
  • FREE


Ève Chabanon - Eating Each Other

We don’t talk, we write. I love her handwriting. She is actually not writing; she is drawing and in this moment I can’t stop smiling at her. I look deep into her eyes, grab her blue notebook, and sink my other hand deep into a bag to find my ‘International Traveler’ copper pencil. It is my turn now. It feels...

  • 20 Aug 2019
  • 19:00
  • play_station, 1/233 Willis Street
  • 15.00

Performative dinner

Ève Chabanon - Tupi and not Tupi

Tupi and not Tupi invited guests to enter a performative web of exchanges set at a dinner table, focusing on the notion of ‘cultural anthropophagy’. Chabanon’s research draws from the Antropofagia movement, initiated in 1920’s Brazil by poet and modernist Oswald de Andrade. “Only anthropophagy is uniting us […] Tupi or not Tupi, that is the question”. Referring to ontological perspectives o...

  • 03 Apr 2019
  • 18:00
  • The Pit lecture theatre, Te Ara Hihiko (block 12), Massey University
  • Free

Public lecture

Ève Chabanon - From Anti Social Social Club to The Surplus

From Anti Social Social Club to The Surplus is a public lecture by our new artist in residence, Ève Chabanon. London-based, French artist Ève Chabanon creates situations that grow from engagement with institutional structures. Through performance, writing and objects, Chabanon initiates projects that often involve local communities and develop out of her engagement with grassroots collectives or groups. Initiated by Ch...

  • 14 Mar 2019
  • 20:00
  • Te Whare Hēra Gallery, Prow end of Clyde Quay Wharf, Te Whanganui-a-Tara / Wellington harbour
  • Free Admission

Film Screening

Latham Zearfoss - HOME MOVIES

Thursday 14 March 8 - 9:30 pm Free admission. Drinks and nibbles provided. Te Whare Hēra Gallery Screening of Latham Zearfoss’s video series, followed by a discussion with Mark Williams, Director of Circuit Aotearoa For the last decade, Chicago-based artist and organizer Latham Zearfoss has built a multifaceted body of work that unites themes of love, community, family, political legacy, personal age...

  • 09 Mar 2019
  • 10:00
  • Te Whare Hēra Gallery
  • FREE


Disarming Privilege - a workshop facilitated by Latham Zearfoss

Saturday 9 March 10 am - 12 pm Te Whare Hēra Gallery Register with Essi Airisniemi: e.airisneimi@massey.ac.nz by Monday 4 March. Due to a very limited amount of spaces available, we request that attendees RSVP only if they are able to commit to the workshop schedule. How can Pākehā/white artists advocate for racial justice? A collaboration between Te ...