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RM supports writing through our exhibition programme and our Archive Residency. 
Creating a platform for writing on our website aims to encourage new dialogues around selected exhibitions, projects and events.  We wish to enable conversations and further critical discourse of emerging artistic practices, as well as provide opportunity for experimental responses for writers.

Tyson Schmidt
Roads are big business
Accompanying Matt Ritani, All Roads
2020
PDF, 1mb download
Sarah Mohawk
The plastic mafia
2020
PDF, 1mb download
Becky Richards
The weight of things, Rebecca Steedman
2020
PDF, 1mb download
Amber French
Only My Dress Aches
2019
PDF, 1mb download
Quishile Charan
Garlic and a whole lot of lovin’
2019
PDF, 1.2mb download
Casey Carsel
Allium Olere (garlic scent)
2019
PDF, 1mb download
Arwen Miriama Sommer
A WEAKENED DARK
IN THE DEEPEST,
DEEPEST BLUE

2019
PDF, 2.6mb download
Simon Gennard
Hatefucking
2019
PDF, 1.7mb download
Virginia Were
Working Together Can Lead to a Miraculous
Outcome

A Review of I Lean You My Support
BENTLEY / MCNEIL / WALTON
2019
PDF, 80kb download
Huni Mancini
Satellite
2019
PDF, 4mb download
Just Speak Members
Nicholete Brocchi, It’s not a move it is a Transition
2019
PDF, 56kb download
Erena Shingade
At the Apocalypse Party of the Rich
In response to David Cooper, Claudia Dunes, Rainer Weston & James Wylie:
Sometime, someday, when all is said and done
2019
PDF, 30kb download
Sarah Callesen and Shelley Simpson, with text by Luke Munn
The Entities
2018
PDF, 2.5mb download
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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.

Click here to find out more about Safe Space Alliance

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.
https://www.rm.org.nz/thearchiverm

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.
https://www.rm.org.nz/thearchiverm/artist-boxes-index/

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