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Images: Common Ground & LaserTag @ TheNewDowse

Street Artists Find Common Ground On Walls

Images by Lyndon Hood & Ruth Hood


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Common Ground opened at Lower Hutt's TheNewDowse on Friday night. The exhibition, a collaboration between New Zealand's Cut Collective and German group Via Grafik (also including skateboard decks by local designers), was launched with music, skateboarding and live stencilling.

There was also a chance to try 'Lasertag' – "live, legal, temporary tags on a huge scale" where punters use make their drawings on the wall using light. Lasertag will also be available at the Cuba Street Carnival on 21 February.


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