May 2, 2022

The Existential Climate Crisis

Like many women, Papatūānuku is frequently underappreciated, overlooked, and taken for granted—even more so perhaps because she is indigenous and a woman of colour. We often […]
May 3, 2022

SHELF-LIFE | Auckland Museum

The images of SHELF-LIFE are simultaneously hypnotising and terrifying. Various pieces of plastic and other bits of waste are stacked against a black backdrop, and look […]
May 3, 2022

Not One More Acre! | Auckland Museum

A new space opens up in Auckland Museum’s Māori Court. Not One More Acre! documents one of the most important political and indigenous events in New […]
May 3, 2022

On Deaf Ears and Closed Eyes: EcoMedia Won’t Save You Now

Seeing environmental destruction, hearing environmental destruction, keep doing environmental destruction Troubled times give us the best art. And there’s never been anything more troubling than how […]