Alvie McKree, The (f)utility of belief and (re)housing of ideology (detail), 2011
Drawing together a range of media, including photography, sculpture and digital art, Everyone Talks to Everyone creates conversations that challenge the boundaries between decorative arts, design and contemporary art. The exhibition features works by New Zealand artists: Alvie McKree, Fiona Pardington, Michael Parekowhai, Niki Hastings-McFall, Sean Kerr, Selina Woulfe, Sofia Tekela-Smith, Suji Park, Johann Nortje and Vaimaila Urale.
Read a review by Mark Amery in the Dominion Post
Everyone Talks to Everyone is curated by the 2012 Blumhardt Curatorial Intern, Ane Tonga, and takes place in the Blumhardt Gallery.
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Watch an interview with artist Vaimaila Urale: