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A poet, a performance artist and an art critic walk into an exhibition - it's Carrie Rudzinski, Sarita Das and Lucinda Bennett speaking honestly. These three contemporary voices provide fresh interpretation as they untangle, interrogate and vivify the works in our new exhibition Honestly Speaking: the Word, the Body and the Internet. With drinks and exclusive after-hours viewing, this night of activation is not to be missed.
Complimentary refreshments served, more details to follow.
About Carrie Rudzinski
Currently ranks as the 4th best spoken-word artist in the world and in 2019 she won the Pussy Riot award at the Auckland Fringe Festival for her performance in Long Distance Phone Calls. Performer and maker of How We Survive, a fierce address of rape culture, body image and feminist role-models.
About Sarita Das
Sarita Das is a multidisciplinary artist, a co-founder of Bodyhaus and a Somatic Sex Educator. They recently emerged from their theatre-work Perfect Shade, a product of Ideas in Residence, a mentorship programme at Basement Theatre.
About Lucinda Bennett
Writer/educator/editor/art historian based in Auckland. Previously the Visual Arts Editor for The Pantograph Punch and publications include Art New Zealand, Australian Art Collector, Art + Australia and Bowerbank Ninow.
Sriwhana Spong, Now Spectral, Now Animal (installation detail), 2019/2020 Commissioned by Edinburgh Art Festival with Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.
- Auckland Art Gallery
- Members and U35* $20, non-Members $30 (*U35 – 35 years and under)