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Prismism

PRISMISM
Emil McAvoy
July 11 – August 2, 2014
Opening : Friday, July 11, 6:00pm

Opening & catalogue publication launch: Friday, July 11, 6:00pm
Artist's talk: Saturday, July 12, 1:00pm

Please join us tonight at 6:00pm to celebrate the publication launch of PRISMISM at Enjoy Gallery, coinciding with the opening of the exhibition by Emil McAvoy.

Tomorrow, Saturday July 12 at 1:00pm, join us for a coffee or beer and talk about surveillance culture. Enjoy is hosting a panel discussion with Emil McAvoy, Sophie Jerram, Jonathan King, Matthew Plummer, and Enjoy’s curator Emma Ng.

PRISMISM
Exhibition catalogue published by Enjoy Gallery
Editor: Emil McAvoy
Writers: Matthew Plummer, Guy Cohn & Henri Carlos, Samuel O Var, Emil McAvoy
Design & Print: Index
Limited edition of 200
ISBN: 987-0-473-29108-2
$10 from Enjoy, www.index.org.nz & www.emilmcavoy.com

A big thank you to Emma Ng of Enjoy Gallery for her support of the work, the contributions of writers Matthew Plummer, Henri Carlos and Guy Cohn, and Samuel O Var, Amy Yalland and Jonty Valentine (Index), Harrison Mitchell for his support making this happen, Nick Sala for his generous and invaluable feedback, the team at Development AIR for the residency opportunity, Meredith Crowe of Enjoy Gallery for her assistance with the catalogue publication, and Jamie Hanton, formerly of Blue Oyster Art Project Space, whose early input influenced the project’s direction. Thanks also to Sophie Jerram, installer Hamish Garry, Greg Simpson, Glenn Taylor from Artrite and Jo Chalmers from The Frame Workshop.

Enjoy Public Art Gallery
Level 1 / 147 Cuba Street
Wellington 6011
New Zealand

Gallery opening hours
Wednesday to Friday 11am - 6pm
Saturday 11am - 4pm

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