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    • Following your Dreams (even if your dream is to be a dinosaur) - Rose Northey
      • <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > This dinosaur art and poetry exhibition is based on the comedy performance poem, Prehistoric Dreams. It follows the adult life of Mitchell Cunningham, who decided at a very young age that he would be a dinosaur when he grew up. However adult life is tricky without opposable thumbs or the ability to fit through doorways. All dinosaur sketches were checked by local dinosaur nerd and biologist, Dr. Michael Michael. So there is some hope that all 17 species of dinosaur depicted are not embarrassingly inaccurate. This means FEATHERS (where appropriate).
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      • Black coffee, Riddiford Street, Newtown, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6021, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Tether
      • <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > This collection of abstract works explore the common thread that runs through the human experience and into the natural world. With contrasting tones, botanical and native New Zealand plant illustrations, the thread we all share returns to the earth to be reformed again and again. My journey with mental health almost always finds its way into my art practice, where I predominantly explore expressions of the 'self' and consciousness. Painting and illustration have been my preferred medium throughout the years, and my use of abstraction allows the viewer the opportunity of "tethering" their own journey to each piece.
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      • Black coffee, Riddiford Street, Newtown, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6021, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Street Scapes - Stacey Frazer Allen
      • <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > Stacey Fraser-Allen is a Wellington-based ink and watercolour artist and creator of Brick and Water Creative. After completing her degree in business she found a passion for watercolours and paired that with her love of New Zealand architecture.  Growing up in Wales, amongst estate and terraced houses, she was immediately drawn to New Zealand’s quirky and individualistic buildings and homes. The corrugated iron roofs, timber frames and in-door, out-door flow reflect the kiwi culture she fell in love with.  She began creating personalised art pieces for whanau and friends and decided to refine the process following interest from other clients.Since then she has continues to specialise in capturing buildings, drawing attention to the little details and endeavouring to immortalise the memories that they hold.  Her first solo exhibition was held at Thistle Hall Gallery in February 2022 featuring 28 pieces focusing on and celebrating heritage-listed buildings around Wellington. Some featured works depicted buildings that had been demolished decades ago but were scenes of historical significance and cultural influences in Wellington.   She went on to participate the the New Zealand Art Show in June 2022, where six new original pieces first focused on Wellingtons iconic streets.  Her work continues to celebrate New Zealand’s historical architecture and aims to draw people away from their technology and back into the physical.   .STREET.SCAPES. will debut a collection of existing and new limited edition fine art  of iconic buildings from around central Wellington and it’s southern suburbs.
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    • Family affair
      • If you blink you could miss it. Inside is a boutique cakery with a towering array of sweet treats, freshly baked on the premises daily. Delicious creamy, herbaceous chicken and rocket sandwiches, monstrous chocolate and peanut butter brownies, and, crucially, hot coffee. Tomboy, named after her son Tomislav, says owner Kate Marinkovich, has been open for five years.
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      • Tomboy, Majoribanks Street, Mount Victoria, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Deadlock & Nova
      • <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > Deadlock: Built off existing cast glass, photography, found objects and photogram work, Deadlock is digitally combined and transformed into bold abstract images, This work is part of an ongoing multimedia project exploring the fragility of the mind when exposed to traumatic experiences. Deadlock embodies the emotions of hate, despair grief and helplessness, how through pain we inflict pain, blindly forming cycles of abuse and transforming into the monsters that hurt us. The key, acquired from an infamous and abandoned mental institute in Goulburn Australia, represents the hidden strength inside to unlock and transform our painful experiences into healing and growth. Nova: A multimedia work meshing electronic music, sound design and audio manipulation. Combined with a multi-faceted visually psychedelic projection and static visual art. "Inspired by travels with friends. It started as an idea to articulate this mantra we have: to follow our passions. We had been discussing how all-consuming work, social and cultural norms set us up with feelings of self-doubt, neurosis, and for many, deep feelings of depression and anxiety." Using sampled audio of these conversations I formed a narrative, a thread of individual experience and perspective that articulates the innate urge inside us to create and explore within our world." Bio: Serpent Dream is the moniker of multimedia artist James Costin. His work consists of electro-acoustic music and introspective soundscapes. His music is accompanied by visual art, this medium takes the same path as the music in which elements are borrowed and transformed into new forms that embody his personal experience in life. "Music and art are direct connections to the more abstract part of my being, a bridge to that raw humanness that lies behind all concept and logic" www.serpentdream.com - @serpent.dream
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    • Anthropology
      • <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > Anthropology – The science dealing with the origins, physical and cultural development, biological characteristics, and social customs and beliefs of humankind. Artists Bio V is a multi disciplinary creative, specialising in digital and large scale surrealist imagery.     Published in VICE in 2018, her work largely discusses the construction of identity and how society impacts that.  Often touching on subjects around mental health and the connectedness of human beings.    Her works seeks to act as an anthropological study of humankind through imagery.   "Art has an amazing ability to convey a message across cultures, race, social economic groups... it speaks without words and unites like nothing else can"    V has worked with the New Zealand Police and other organisations such as Woman's Refuge, presenting on education around Mental Health Awareness and Family Harm Reduction.    The last year has seen her speak at Pecha Kucha, whilst also working with multiple councils painting murals and teaching a course at Hastings Girls High School.  She was a featured artist in the Auckland Festival of Photography, painted the festival circuit, and has showcased her work nationally at places such as Tairawhiti Museum in Gisborne. 
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      • Black coffee, Riddiford Street, Newtown, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6021, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • His name was/is Thunderbolt
      • For this solo exhibition Mumu Moore has created 28 purerehua and porotiti (Taonga Pūoro, Māori instruments) during the maraMATAKA Starting on whiro the new moon and running past Rakaunui the full moon and back down the shadows to whiro the new moon. Alongside this mumu created the painted art piece this exhibition was named after “His name was/is the thunderbolt. working with similar shapes and patterns found on the taonga around the room, mumu expresses the connection between thunderbolt and papa the earth mother, always working together to create a place the holds all beings found between the earthmother and skyfather.
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      • Black coffee, Riddiford Street, Newtown, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6021, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Cellar Door
      • <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > Taxidermy and photography both exist as a state of preservation of the subject, denying organic decay in a disjointed modernity, a concept that Ben Klocek and Antoinette Ratcliffe emulate in their show Cellar Door. Crepuscular and discarded, the specimens in their photographs take on new flesh in composition, and in their sentience. Antoinette’s practice explores the anthropomorphic through her use of a variety of media, including her own taxidermy, where the animals find themselves in relationships created out of circumstance. This photographic series examines the chronotope allegory between taxidermy and the captured image. Exploring the connection between the physical and the subconscious, Ben constructs situational realities between taxidermy, found spaces and objects. In his use of vibrant and sometimes conflicting colour palettes, Ben creates limbic resonance between the subject, the artist and the viewer. @AntoinetteRatcliffe thesickbay.com @klocek.ben @Ben Klocek Illustration
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