Re-Tern: Hokinga Mahara - A Meg Torwl Retrospective March 5 -10 2013
Co-curators: Elizabeth Kerekere and Treason Seditio.
In association with the Fringe Festival 2013! Wellington, and Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand present an interdisciplinary exhibition.
Video, new media, performance, photography, audio, writing.
Meg Torwl’s work has often been with communities pushed to the fringes by mainstream society – First Nations, refugees, women, lesbian and gay, people with disability, elders, marine environments. In her work Meg Torwl seeks to discover how our cultural backgrounds inform our approaches to age, gender(cide), race, disability, relationships, art and spirit. Sometimes seriously, sometimes with humour.
GALLERY EXHIBITION HOURS
March 5 2013 Tuesday - 2pm -10pm
March 6 2013 Weds - March 9 2013 Sat - 12pm - 6pm
March 10 2013 Sun – 11am - 3pm
OPENING TUESDAY MARCH 5 6PM - 10PM - including artist talk with Meg Torwl and collaborating artists. Facilitated by co-curator Elizabeth Kerekere.
SCREENING THURSDAY MARCH 7 7PM – 10PM
Video Screening: Towards the day...we are all free 90 mins (a documentary about First Nations Women, and women and girl refugees).
SCREENING SATURDAY MARCH 9 2PM – 4PM
Video Screening: Act Your Age!? 45 mins, That’s so gay! 45 mins, and where have all the lesbians gone? 7 minutes (total 100 mins)
More info about the exhibition: Integrial Media
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