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Experimental Ensemble Eye Launches New Kim Pieters Show

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Tue 27 May 2014, 6:00pm–8:00pm

Where: Adam Art Gallery, Victoria University, Kelburn Parade, Gate 3, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

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Join us Tuesday 27 May, 6pm at the Adam Art Gallery as experimental ensemble Eye (Peter Stapleton, Peter Porteous, Jon Chapman) launches the exhibition 'what is a life? kim pieters' with an improvised performance featuring the live projection of Pieters’ moving-image footage.

Since 1993, Kim Pieters (born 1959, New Zealand) has lived and worked in Dunedin, where she is an integral figure in the art and experimental music scenes. 'what is a life?' brings together paintings, drawings, photographs, and moving-image soundscapes she has produced in and from her inner harbour studio since 2007. This exhibition is the first to canvass the full range of her practice and her first survey in a public institution.

The opening also celebrates the launch of the Adam's Kirk Gallery Series, 'RELOAD' with an installation by Shannon Te Ao, 'Follow the Party of the Whale'. Te Ao's installation will be followed in July with an installation by Hito Steyerl and a final installation by Eddie Clemens in August.

The two-channel video projection by Wellington-based artist Shannon Te Ao uses the strategies of performance art to reflect on the fate of the Māori prophet leaders Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu Kākahi and their followers, during their two-year incarceration in Dunedin after removal from their pacifist community at Parihaka in Taranaki in 1881.

Image credit: Eye in performance, Dunedin Public Art Gallery ©Peter Stapleton

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