Thursday, 30 May, 6 p.m.All events
Panel Discussion. Free entry
ST PAUL st
Thursday 30th May 6pm
Leading New Zealand sound and video artists discuss the role of sound in contemporary visual arts. The discussion will be in relation to their own experiences and specific sound-oriented practices, and with reference to the works of video artists Ho Tzu Nyen, from Singapore, and Shahzia Sikander, from Pakistan, in exhibition at St Paul St Gallery, and Japanese sound artist Ryoji Ikeda whose work is being exhibited in the Silos on the waterfront.
Presented in partnership with the Audio Foundation: http://audiofoundation.org.nz
ST PAUL st
ST PAUL St is a suite of purpose built galleries and project spaces run by the School of Art and Design, AUT University. The programme of exhibitions, screenings, performances and events profiles both emerging and established artists and designers from New Zealand and internationally. Established in 2004, ST PAUL St Gallery has developed into one of the leading contemporary art and design galleries in New Zealand.