The complete works of unheralded New Zealand band The Fourmyula.
Public Address writer David Haywood’s laugh-out-loud satire.
At the New Zealand International Film Festival: In portrait, New Zealand’s most recognisable poet.
At the New Zealand International Film Festival: Two bands in the spotlight.
At the New Zealand International Film Festival: An artist in residence; a life of art.
New to DVD: John Clarke’s shrewd Olympic Games satire.
Photographer Derek Henderson turns his attention to the Waikato River.
Book review of photographer Mark Beehre’s documentary project.
Notes on three recent New Zealand art publications.
Thoughts on two recent New Zealand art books: Neil Pardington’s exhibition catalogue of The Vault; Leonard Bell’s survey of photographer Marti Friedlander.
New to DVD: The plundering of the John Clarke archives continues.
At the New Zealand International Arts Festival: Ricahrd Dawkins, Simon Schama, and Neil Gaiman.
Hamish McDouall and Nick Bollinger explore the history of film and music in two new ‘list’ books from AWA Press.
Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips, formerly of Luna, play to thirteen of Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests at the New Zealand International Arts Festival this March.
Three recent New Zealand art publications.