Currently in the Gallery
3rd – 20th July
Solidaritet/Solidarity takes its name from a former social housing complex in Kosovo, where Ardit Hoxha and his family resided in the late 1990s. Displaced by the ethnic cleansing that characterised the collapse of Yugoslavia and its subsequent wars, Hoxha now revists this site, its contradictions and its utopian visions, constructing a narrative of red nostalgia.
The show is accompanied by a publication including the written work of Vanessa Cole and Ardit Hoxha. Designed by Bardhi Haliti.
Made possible by the generous support of Creative New Zealand and RM Gallery.
BENTLEY / MCNEIL / WALTON / I Lean You My Support
24th July- 10 August
Opening 6pm 24th July
“There is nothing inherently unusual about the notion of not working while at work; people commonly look at Facebook on their phones or seek other distractions during work hours… “[But] appearing as if you’re doing nothing is seen as a threat to the general working order of the company”” (How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy, Jenny Odell).
I Lean You My Support is a group show by three artists that engages with the idea of teamwork in business environments: sharing ideas, problem solving and working together.