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Group Show at MIC opening tomorrow

Group Show 26 November - 18 December 2009

MIC Toi Rerehiko is pleased to present a group show featuring four recently graduated artists.

The exhibition encompasses video, projection, interactive and photographic media and provides insight into a contemporary practice emerging from some of Auckland’s leading art institutions. The four artists - Shahriar Asdollah-Zadeh, Azadeh Emadi, James Lowe and Kim Newall each address a common concern with resistance to the social, physical or technical constraints we encounter daily.

The show will open tomorrow, Thursday 26th November at 5.30pm at MIC Gallery.

MIC Toi Rerehiko regrets to announce that Chris Welsby's exhibition Time After- at MIC Gallery has been cancelled due to circumstances beyond the control of the gallery and the artist.

Following the opening at MIC, Shortfuse will be on at Galatos from 7.30pm. This month Shortfuse will be presented in association with Naomi Lamb and The Wanderer Productions.

“Dead or Live?” is a three-part programme of experimental live video and artifacts produced by Naomi Lamb and The Wanderer Productions that explores the repositioning of live video projects. More information is available on the MIC website.

Shortfuse at Galatos
Thursday 26th November, 7pm
$10 entry. $8 for MIC Members / Concession

Shortfuse will be followed by Intersect in Galatos Lounge

MIC Toi Rerehiko
(aka Moving Image Centre)
Postal address - PO Box 168030, Newton, Auckland 1145
Level 1, 321 Karangahape Rd, Newton, Auckland 1010
Gallery open Tuesday - Friday 10am to 6pm, Saturday 11am to 4pm
+64 (0) 9 379 9922
www.mic.org.nz

MIC at Galatos Bar and Venue
17 Galatos Street, Newton, Auckland 1010
+64 (0) 9 303 1928
www.galatos.co.nz

Dedicated to the exhibition of innovative media art

MIC Toi Rerehiko receives major funding from Creative New Zealand and
ASB Community Trust and support from Auckland City.

ENDS

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