Public Programme May-July 2016

 

Artists’ Talk: Woodmill Collective
6pm Wednesday 4 May
Adam Art Gallery
Please join us as three members of London collective The Woodmill, Naomi Pearce, Stuart Middleton and Richard Sides, discuss their recent curatorial projects, individual practices and collaborative work. The discussion will approach current debates about the role of artists within cities and their relationship to processes of gentrification, as well as the politics of authorship, visibility and professionalism.

Exhibition Opening: Inhabiting Space
6pm Friday 13 May
Adam Art Gallery
Please join us for the opening of the exhibition Inhabiting Space curated by Stephen Cleland. The exhibition features artworks by Fred Sandback, Juliet Carpenter, Evangeline Riddiford-Graham, Julian Daspher, Mike Parr, Campbell Patterson and Sriwhana Spong.

Artists’ Talk: Julie Carpenter and Campbell Patterson
2pm Saturday 14 May
Adam Art Gallery
Join participating artists Juliet Carpenter and Campbell Patterson who will discuss their work in the exhibition Inhabiting Space.

Artist’s Talk and Screening: Mike Parr
6pm Friday 20 May
City Gallery Wellington
Mike Parr is one of our region’s most important artists. Over a career spanning more than 40 years he has made performances, drawings, paintings, prints, and text works that offer an extended and, at times, gruelling investigation of the self, as a physical body, a thinking subject, and a political and social being. Join the artist to hear about his work and to encounter his latest project included in the current 2016 Biennale of Sydney, The future is already here—it’s just not evenly distributed.

Mike Parr is one of the artists in Inhabiting Space now on at the Adam Art Gallery Te Pataka Toi at Victoria University of Wellington. He is brought to Wellington by Adam Art Gallery with support from the Chartwell Trust.