RM is now closed for the summer

RM would like to thank all the artists, visitors, writers and volunteers who have contributed to RM during 2019, and wish you all a wonderful summer. 

We open 2020 on February 12 with Karl Bayly in Space R and Megan Bradly and Ed Ritchie in Space M.

See you in 2020,
The RM Collective.




The RM Women’s Moving Image Archive


In December 2019, RM launched the RM Women’s Moving Image Archive, an accessible online archive dedicated to highlighting women’s moving image in Aotearoa.

RM’s Women’s Moving Image Archive will showcase current and past work to the public, and aims to be a platform where emerging and contemporary moving image artists will contribute their work so that a contextual archive of women’s moving image in Aotearoa can be established.

The project is a response to the continued marginalisation of women’s moving image, in which the seminal contributions of a diverse range of artists spanning decades has yet to be historicised or given due attention. Moving image – in its ephemerality and (apparent) lack of commodity value – often partially falls into oblivion, remaining under-seen, under-researched and largely inaccessible. The lack of a consistent archival platform dedicated to women’s moving image (and to indigenous, Pacifica, and LGBTQ moving image artists) is obvious, and this project seeks to slowly fill this fundamental gap.

We hope this archive, in its endeavour to trace, catalogue, preserve, exhibit, and circulate, will be a useful tool for practitioners, artists, scholars, arts organisations, schools, and the wider public. We also hope for future archival projects in which the contributions of marginalised subjects to moving image will be highlighted, and are excited for the potential of this project to engage curators, writers, artists, researchers, archivists, and other galleries to branch out and profile this work.

Please contact RM if you would like to submit work for the archive at info@rm.org.nz

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Thursday and Friday 1pm - 6pm
Saturday 12pm - 4pm

Samoa House Lane
Auckland Central 1010

We are located in the centre of Auckland, close to Karangahape Road. We are on Samoa House Lane, just off of Beresford Street -- look out for the incredible fale of Samoa House and you're nearly there.
We are  2 minutes walk from Artspace, Ivan Anthony and Michael Lett.

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