Kauhanga: 6 October – 29 November
Matter: 30 November – 21 January
Swirly: 21 January – 1 March
Digital Art Live presents: Emerging Pixels, which includes three works by young digital and interactive artists in a public art space. This is the sixth showcase of Emerging Pixels, by the next generation of local talent.
Visit Digital Art Live on Level 2 of the Aotea Centre from 7:30am – 6pm weekdays. Emerging Pixels will remain open late and during weekends if there is a show in the Aotea Centre.
All works will be on display for Artweek Late Night on 12 October.
Kauhanga by Lachie Philipson and Harmony Repia
Kauhanga (sacred passageway) intimately reconnects viewers with their whakapapa (family history) and acknowledges the importance of making connections and transferring knowledge between past and present generations. The work tells stories of Māori wāhine during the First World War.
Matter by Walter Lim, Chris Lu, Patricia Tan and Thomas Louden
Matter is a virtual reality experience in which you create music. Experiment with instruments and create a musical symphony that comes to life on screen.
Swirly by Von Kagaoan and Patrick Hanna
Swirly is a hypnotic journey through abstract patterns and colour. Take a deep dive into a psychedelic world made up of beautiful shapes and forms.