Coming up at RM

Fresco (c.1343-1344) depicting a vivarium. Located in the Chambre du Cerf at the Palais des Papes, Avignon, France.

13th January – 5th February 2022
Publication launch and closing event on Thursday February 3rd
Lucy Meyle and Ziggy Lever

Curving over hard and hidden-into, the whorled structure of a snail’s shell suggests an infinite deepening of time as it turns inwards again and again in a vertigo spiral. In our writing and research about the snail, we came to think about how texts and images can become tied to one another across time, and how these ties create slippery trails between ideas. This installation proposes to meet the snail in a field of open query, where ideas and thoughts connect indirectly via shimmering trails of meaning that spiral in and out of the installation.

Over the three week duration of SNAIL TIME II a series of images, objects, and texts will be amassing at RM – culminating in a publication launched on Thursday the 3rd February 2022. This event will also be the closing event for the exhibition.

Currently At RM

Dieneke Jansen
You’re Welcome
Online at RM from December 10

RM Gallery and Project Space
Thursday and Friday 1pm - 5pm
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.

Safe Space Alliance

RM is a member of Safe Space Alliance

A safe space is a space where the LGBTQI+ community can freely express themselves without fear. It is a space that does not tolerate violence, bullying, or hate speech towards the LGBTQI+ community.

A safe space does not guarantee 100% safety, rather, it’s a space that has your back if an incident (violence, bullying, or hate speech) were to occur.

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The RM Archive Project

Help us identify what is in our Archive! We have digitised many slides in our archive and invite participation to identify them. Please click here to access the collection.

Our Boxed Archive
Since 2009 RM has been building an archive of material related to our exhibition and event programme. An index to the collection is available here.

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