October 6, 2020

(Dis)honesty by Frandson Bahati

“Frandson Bahati is a predominantly video-based artist whose work focuses on moments or people; as he observes situations, re-watches, internalises and thinks about what they meant […]
September 1, 2020

Feminist Fight Club by Jessica Bennett

Initially written as “an office survival manual for a sexist workplace”, it still correlates to dealing with sexism as a student and, generally, sexism. The book […]
August 24, 2020

Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind (2004), dir. Michael Gondry

I’ll get onto it: the Oscar-winning script? Angelic. The visuals? Alluring… Everything else? disgusting. So thank you Charlie Kaufman for your electric words and Ellen Kuras […]
August 17, 2020

Ilena! Ilena! Ilena!

Gabbie De Baron scores an interview with one of Auckland’s best up-and-coming artists, and a student of UOA to boot, the mononymous Ilena. Ugh, Ilena! When […]