ST PAUL St Gallery
Check out the exhibition of six contemporary Japanese artists’ work channeling the energies of mega-city and environment, and an outdoor screening of moving image works presented in association with Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision.
An engaging selection of short archival segments from The New Zealand Archive of Film, Television and Sound (Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision) will draw on some of the parallels between the Pacific Rim islands of Japan and Aotearoa New Zealand. Showing on White Night only, the special Invisible Energy archival film screening compiled by Paula Booker focusses on urban and street life in New Zealand’s biggest city Auckland; our fragile environment including urban, rural, urban infrastructure aspects, our volcanic fields, local vulnerability to earthquakes and tsunami, and energy in all its sources including including geothermal and nuclear.
While you're there check out the online launch of yoursdankly on at St Paul Street Gallery.
Catch the City LINK to the nearest stop at cnr Queen St & Wellesley St