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The Business Of Energy And A Feeling Of Zizz


Len Lye - The Business Of Energy And A Feeling Of Zizz

A keynote lecture series in partnership with Continuing Education, Victoria University of Wellington, at City Cinema, City Gallery Wellington. Bookings: 04 463 6556 / conted@vuw.ac.nz $15 adults; $13 students/concession; $12 Friends of City Gallery Wellington.

* Len Lye: Perpetual Motion John Matthews (Chair of the Len Lye Foundation) Monday 18 November, 6pm

LIGHTS! MUSIC! ACTION! - FREE LEN LYE FILMS & MUSIC IN CIVIC SQUARE Saturday 23 November, 9pm

Films that have inspired generations of music video and film makers will be screened up large and outdoors in Civic Square. Jazz students from Massey University team up to perform live with Len Lye's amazing animated films. The films will be introduced by Radio Active 89FM's Gemma and Mark, hosts of Saturday morning arts show Caffeine & Aspirin. Event rain day: Sunday 24 November, Civic Square, 9pm. Bring a cushion for comfort. The event is a partnership between City Gallery Wellington, the New Zealand Film Archive, Recreation Wellington, the Wellington Conservatorium of Music, Massey University and Radio Active 89FM, with the support of the Len Lye Foundation.

CLOSING SOON!

Len Lye Until 24 November 2002 Presented by Telecom New Zealand Ltd Len Lye features 17 of the artist's ground-breaking short films, 21 photograms of friends and colleagues (including Le Corbusier and Georgia O'Keeffe) and six stunning kinetic sculptures. Len Lye is a joint exhibition between the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, supported by the Len Lye Foundation. Len Lye Foundation is supported by the Technix Group. Generously supported by Radio Active.

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

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Gerhard Richter Survey

Until 1 December 2002 A survey of exemplary works by Gerhard Richter, one of the most internationally acclaimed German artists working today. An exhibition catalogue is available. An exhibition presented by the Institute of Foreign Cultural Relations (ifa), Germany, in co-operation with the Goethe-Institut Inter Nationes Wellington. John Parker*Ceramics Until 1 December 2002 John Parker*Ceramics surveys the 35 year career and current work of one of New Zealand's foremost ceramicists. John Parker is generously supported by Creative New Zealand Toi Aotearoa. Generous support from Magnum Mac.

Trace Murdoch*15XTABLES 8 Nov - 15 Dec 2002 Michael Hirschfeld Gallery Local furniture and building designer Trace Murdoch's solo exhibition includes 15 meranti ply tables in various sizes, colours and dimensions.

Some are enclosed within two large wooden boxes that restrict access to several viewing slots, forcing viewers to see the tables through controlled vantage points or perspectives. 15XTABLES is supported by Creative New Zealand. The exhibition is presented within the 360 programme*a full perspective on Wellington Art*which is generously sponsored by Designworks.

City Gallery Wellington is managed by the Wellington Museums Trust with major funding from the Wellington City Council.

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