Kete Aronui:

Read, Watch, Make

WELCOME TO GUS FISHER GALLERY’S DIGITAL LIBRARY, KETE ARONUI, WHERE YOU CAN READ ESSAYS ABOUT OUR EXHIBITIONS, WATCH VIDEOS AND BE INSPIRED WITH ACTIVITIES. KETE ARONUI IS ALSO THE NAME OF OUR PERMANENT READING SPACE AT THE GALLERY.

Essay

Videograms of a Revolution

Volker Pantenburg

In conversation

Creation Stories

Simon Denny and Karamia Müller

Essay

Turning a page, starting a chapter

Olive Wilson

Listen

In conversation with Emily Parr

Essay

I multiply each day

Dilohana Lekamge

Activity

Introduction to ceramic sculpture

Becky Richards

Zine

COOKED: culinary adventures

2020–2021

Shania Pablo, Chani Balmer, Reah Somerville and Anneka Scholtz

Essay

From our Beautiful Square

Huni Mancini

Activity

Family activity: fun from home

Activity

Make your own zine

Essay

LOVE AND ROBOTS THROUGH A SCANNER DARKLY

Samuel Te Kani

Essay

Happiness in the Age of Personalised Corporations, Smart Tech, and Digital Media

Alena Kavka

Essay

The People’s Communications Commission Report on Racist Broadcasting

Divyaa Kumar

Dissertation

The Subversive Potential

Tara Parsons

Essay

To queer or not to queer

Samuel Te Kani

Essay

Becoming Chinese

Vanessa Mei Crofskey

Essay

The gulf of language

Ardit Hoxha

Essay

A response to Language Gulf in The Shouting Valley

Talei Si’ilata

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