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      • Lockdown Studio Visits #3
        • 15 Oct 2021
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        • Tautai arts intern Sophia Amore Coghini is back at it again, with the third in a series of artist interviews of what they got up to during this lockdown.
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      • Lockdown Studio Visits #2
        • 1 Oct 2021
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        • Join Tautai arts intern Sophia Amore Coghini for the second in a series of interviews with artists on what they got up to this lockdown.
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      • Lockdown Studio Visits #1
        • 23 Sep 2021
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        • Enjoy our new series of artist interviews, conducted by Tautai Arts Intern Sophia Amore Coghini, for a cheeky little insight into what several artists got up to this lockdown.
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      • Help Yourself introduction and reading list
        • 2 Jun 2021
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        • This introductory essay was writen by Grace Ryder for Help Yourself an exhibition co-authored by Turumeke Harrington and Grace Ryder with Sarah Hudson, Saskia Leek, Kristin Leek and Greta Menzies (28 May-10 July 2021).
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      • Areez Katki's reading list
        • 17 Mar 2021
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        • This reading list was compiled by artist Areez Katki alongside the exhibition History reserves but a few lines for you at Enjoy (19 Feb–3 April 2021). The texts below have been instrumental to the artist’s research and practice, with many works in the show responding to the poems and themes of the titles below.
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      • Nina Dyer's Publication Picks
        • 4 Mar 2021
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        • Enjoy sells a small but beautiful range of artist-led and small-press publications, including titles from our own archive of two decades of publishing.
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      • This is a library, a reading list
        • 9 Apr 2020
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        • Our exhibition This is a library draws upon curator Hanahiva Rose’s ongoing research into Pacific exhibition histories in Aotearoa. Here, Rose shares a list of readings and resources that contributed to her thinking, and offer insight into the practices of the four artists included in the show: Teuane Tibbo, Claudia Jowitt, Christina Pataialii and Salome Tanuvasa.
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      • New titles in Enjoy's library
        • 25 Oct 2019
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        • When Enjoy relocated earlier this year, we established a new reading room and multi-use space, and expanded our library collections through a number of generous donations from art spaces and publishers from Aotearoa, as well as new purchases from international art publishers such as World Food Books, Printed Matter and Sternberg Press.
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      • Snapshot #1: Artists at Work: The STAFF Project
        • 20 Dec 2018
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        • Archives and library intern Imogen Simmonds has spent the year cataloguing Enjoy’s archive. In this series of blog posts, Imogen reflects on interesting moments from Enjoy’s 18-year history, and considers how our past projects have helped shape who we are today.
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      • Dwelling in the margins: Katie Kerr reflects on A working week
        • 5 Dec 2018
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        • Between 24 and 29 September 2018, designer Katie Kerr was in residence at Enjoy as part of the project A working week. In this blog, Kerr reflects on her time using the gallery as a site of development for her soon-to-be-published project Dirt with GLORIA.
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      • Incursion
        • 23 Mar 2018
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        • At the end of last year, we said goodbye to our long-standing photographer Shaun Matthews, who volunteered with the gallery for over two years. Shaun is an incredible photographer whose work Incursion is currently on display at Otari Wilton's Bush, the Wellington Botanic Gardens, Mount Victoria and Bush City at Te Papa.
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      • An Interview with Bryce Galloway
        • 2 Mar 2018
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        • Following the publication of his second book Incredibly Hot Sex with Hideous People: Diary Comics, our Communications and Publications Manager Louise Rutledge interviewed artist/zinemaker/lecturer/father/comic-diarist Bryce Galloway to discuss oversharing, feminism, PBRF and how a book of comic panels is edited.
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      • An Interview with George Watson and Hamish Win
        • 31 Aug 2017
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        • Since launching in 2008 as a modest 20pg, staple bound publication, Matters has established itself, intermittently, as a critical, non-commercial and independent arts journal in Aotearoa New Zealand. Following the release of Issue 7, our Communications and Publications Manager Louise spoke with editors George Watson and Hamish Win on the journal’s history, ethos, and where it might go next.
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      • An Interview with Quishile Charan
        • 7 Jul 2017
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        • Ahead of her exhibition Namesake with Salome Tanuvasa, Quishile Charan talked with artist and writer Dilohana Lekamge about her textile practice, her family, and what the response to her work has been like so far.
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      • An Interview with John Vea
        • 21 Mar 2017
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        • Auckland-based artist John Vea’s practice is rooted in the simple act of storytelling—spending time with migrant workers and the cultural minorities of Aotearoa New Zealand, talking through their experiences and what is involved in their daily lives.
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      • TUCAT TELETHON: Watch online
        • 20 Mar 2017
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        • While on summer residency at Enjoy from 30 January – 19 February, Riff Raff co-opted the gallery space as their production house. Their aim was to develop a new contemporary art collection of donated work from artists and the general public throughout the nation, provisionally titled the 'Trust us Contemporary Art Trust' (TUCAT).
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      • A selection
        • 11 Mar 2017
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        • Our wonderful design intern Ellyse Randrup recently sent through some photographs of the posters she designed for Enjoy in 2016.
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      • AGONY ART
        • 14 Feb 2017
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        • Unveiling the first of our TUCAT telethon acts.... AGONY ART with the straight talking but compassionate Ruby Joy Eade. Advice on your art/life/everything in between.
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      • On gravity and fridge magnets—an afterword
        • 3 Feb 2017
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        • There are four known forces in the universe […] Gravity, electromagnetism, the nuclear strong force, which holds nucleii together, and the nuclear weak force, which causes radioactivity. 
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      • Summer Reading List
        • 17 Dec 2016
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        • Summer has arrived! And what better way to spend it than catching up on everything you haven't had time to peruse during the year...
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