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Saturate every atom at Māngere Arts Centre

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26 March 2014

Saturate every atom at Māngere Arts Centre

Opening this Saturday, 29 March at Māngere Arts Centre - Ngā Tohu o Uenuku 'saturate every atom’* is a free group exhibition that presents the work of six artists: Rebecca Ann Hobbs, Jae Hoon Lee, Janet Lilo, Peter Madden, Rachel Shearer and Martin Thompson.

Supported by the Māngere – Ōtāhuhu Local Board, ‘saturate every atom’ offers multiple perspectives on our contemporary digital experience. The works relate in different ways to our current situation of living in a screen based culture.

Annie Bradley, Auckland Council Arts and Culture Public Programmes Leader, says the artists skilfully use a wide range of mediums from video and collage to sound work and drawing.

“We are excited to have these art works at Māngere Arts Centre - Ngā Tohu o Uenuku. These artists have something in common: they break images and sound down into small pieces and microscopic particles, opening up wild and imaginative spaces.” Bradley says.

‘saturate every atom’

Saturday 29 March 2014 – Sunday 11 May 2014

Māngere Arts Centre - Ngā Tohu o Uenuku

FREE

Opening hours

Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm

Weekends, 10am - 4pm

Public holidays, closed

Ends

Editor’s Notes:

*written in lowercase


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