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Sabelo Mlangeni: Heartbreaker
Exhibitions Conversations International VisitorsTitle: Sabelo Mlangeni: Heartbreaker
Dates: Friday, 1 July 2016 - Saturday, 27 August 2016
Start time: 6:00pm
Location: 1/300 Karangahape Road
Venue: ARTSPACE

Solo presentations from Chen Chieh-jen, Pip Culbert and Sabelo Mlangeni take place within the framework of “Singular Pluralities ∞ Plural Singularities”, a series of solo exhibitions which began in 2015. Focusing on artistic research and exhibition methodology, the series experiments with installation strategies, and event structures. Through the three parallel exhibitions Artspace will explore studio processes and artistic approaches in conversation with the audience.

IMAGE: Sabelo Mlangeni, Xolani Ngayi, eStanela, (2009) from the Country girls series

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Chen Chieh-jen: Realm of Reverberations
Exhibitions Conversations International VisitorsTitle: Chen Chieh-jen: Realm of Reverberations
Dates: Friday, 1 July 2016 - Saturday, 27 August 2016
Start time: 6:00pm
Location: 1/300 Karangahape Road
Venue: ARTSPACE

Solo presentations from Chen Chieh-jen, Pip Culbert and Sabelo Mlangeni take place within the framework of “Singular Pluralities ∞ Plural Singularities”, a series of solo exhibitions which began in 2015. Focusing on artistic research and exhibition methodology, the series experiments with installation strategies, and event structures. Through the three parallel exhibitions Artspace will explore studio processes and artistic approaches in conversation with the audience.

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Pip Culbert: Seams
Exhibitions Conversations International VisitorsTitle: Pip Culbert: Seams
Dates: Friday, 1 July 2016 - Saturday, 27 August 2016
Start time: 6:00pm
Location: 1/300 Karangahape Road
Venue: ARTSPACE

Solo presentations from Chen Chieh-jen, Pip Culbert and Sabelo Mlangeni take place within the framework of “Singular Pluralities ∞ Plural Singularities”, a series of solo exhibitions which began in 2015. Focusing on artistic research and exhibition methodology, the series experiments with installation strategies, and event structures. Through the three parallel exhibitions Artspace will explore studio processes and artistic approaches in conversation with the audience. Image: Pip Culbert, Pocket, (2001-2014). Courtesy of Pip Culbert Estate and Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland

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Easy Listening presents Esther Lu
Non Artspace ConversationsTitle: Easy Listening presents Esther Lu
Date: Wednesday, 3 August 2016
Start time: 6:00pm
Location: entrance corner of Kitchener and Wellesley Streets
Venue: Auckland Art Gallery Auditorium

Director of Taipei Contemporary Art Center (TCAC) Esther Lu in conversation with Artspace Director Misal Adnan Yıldız
Lu’s curatorial practice focuses on creating different interplays with institutions and visibility, and her conceptual projects often address the agency of art and initiate alternative artistic productions in between social scenes and artistic platforms in order to investigate the critical role of art today

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Workshop and talk: THE STORY OF LOSHENG SANATORIUM AND  MAKING OF REALM OF REVERBERATIONS
Exhibitions Conversations International VisitorsTitle: Workshop and talk: THE STORY OF LOSHENG SANATORIUM AND  MAKING OF REALM OF REVERBERATIONS
Date: Friday, 5 August 2016
Start time: 6:00pm
Location: 1/300 Karangahape Road
Venue: ARTSPACE

August 4, Workshop (Registrations are now closed) 
Chen and Lu will meet artists and cultural producers for a conversation around housing, social change, gentrification and living together, in Taipei and our local context. August 5, 6pm, 
Artist talk: Chen Chieh-jen, 
Artspace 
Chen will reflect on the research and development process of “Realm of Reverberations” his recent film work that departs from the history of the Losheng sanatorium in Taipei of Taiwan. The sanatorium was built by the Japanese colonial government to house people with leprosy from Taiwan in 1929. In the early 1990s, the Taiwanese government started to discuss a large scale renovation project in this area, eventually demolishing the building in 1994. The film follows four protagonists whose lives have been touched by the Losheng Sanatorium.

The participants of the workshop held the previous day, will be invited to respond to this talk.

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