“b-sides, rarities and treasures from the Dunedin Public Art Gallery car park”, Olga, Dunedin. Exhibition runs from the 25/2/22 until 18/3/22 Review By James Dignan published in the ODT 3/3/22

One of the potential aims of art is to make people look again at things that they would normally disregard — to view things in a new, unexpected light — and in doing so to see them as if for the first time. This is a major feature of the fabric and installation art of …

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Stitching The Street By Sian Van Dyk Originally Published in the Occasional Journal By Enjoy Gallery, Edited By Emma Ng 2016

    Jay Hutchinson, turn left at the end of the drive. Enjoy Public Art Gallery, 2016. Image courtesy of Shaun Matthews. “Do you live in Newtown?” she demanded. “No, sorry; Mount Victoria,” I offered. My sense of belonging was thrown when, arriving at the local school market to buy my weekly vegetables, I was approached …

DAMAGED

an exhibition of new and old work from five artists that showed with agallerypresents.com. Originally a small gallery in Dunedin ‘a gallery’ has become a forever evolving concept, supporting a group of artists that were once based in the small south island city that are now scattered across the globe. From Philip James Frosts bright …

24 Hours at the Sweatshop

A time lapse recording of the performance ’24 Hours at the Sweatshop’ a sole worker (Jay Hutchinson) labours to produce Free T-Shirts for 24 hours in an empty inner city shop space in Lower Hutt. The action began at 12:00pm 6 March and was completed at 12:00pm 7 March 2015. This performance was part of …