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Tuatara Open Late: Terminal

When
Thu Dec 3rd, 2020
Where

Doors open
5:00pm
Gig starts
5:00pm
Entry
All Ages
Cover charge*
$Entry by d
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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Art, music, film, talks, beer, wine, and food. Celebrate the return of Open Late—our changing programme of late-night events on the first Thursday of the month—our first since lockdown.

Space in the Gallery is limited. Come early to avoid disappointment or reserve your spot via the event pages for Requiem for an Airport, the Billy Apple ® Book Launch, and Itinerarium.

At 6pm, we launch Tina Barton’s book Billy Apple®: Life/Work, chronicling the pop-conceptual artist’s sixty-year career. Barton discusses this epic project with Chief Curator Robert Leonard. We will also screen Neon Dreams, a 1966 documentary on Billy Apple’s neons, by British filmmaker Midge MacKenzie. Thanks to Auckland University Press and Nga Taonga.

At 7pm, writers Steve Braunias, Rajorshi Chakraborti, Freya Daly Sadgrove, Jordan Hamel, and Melissa Laing deliver Requiem for an Airport—in response to our show Terminal.

At 8.30pm, local sound artists—Emma Bernard (Ludus), Dugal McKinnon, Jim Murphy, Thomas Voyce (Rhombus Productions), Sonya Waters, and Jack Woodbury—present Itinerarium, paying homage to Brian Eno’s Music for Airports and offering an auditory portal into Terminal.

Throughout the evening, enjoy RadioActive DJ and observe Simon Ingram’s painting machine Monadic Device make a new work. Bar closes at 9:30.

With support from Tuatara, Seresin Estate, and RadioActive.


TIMETABLE

5–10pm: Exhibitions open, Radio Active DJ

5–9.30pm: Supper treats and cash bar

6pm: Billy Apple ® Life/Work by Christina Barton, Book Launch.

7pm: Requiem for an Airport: Steve Braunias, Rajorshi Chakraborti, Freya Daly Sadgrove, Jordan Hamel, and Melissa Laing.

8.30pm: Itinerarium: live music performances by some of New Zealand’s finest sound-based artists in response to Terminal.

Links
citygallery.org.nz/event...
Tags
art/noise, Sound Artists: Emma Bernard (Ludus), Dugal McKinnon, Jim Murphy, Thomas Voyce (Rhombus Productions), Sonya Waters, Jack Woodbury.

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