Between the beach and the lounge Main space  Alejandra Avilés Daniel Aguilar Ruvalcaba Bent Wendy Cabrera Rubio Paloma Contreras Lomas Juliana Garza Maldonado Cristóbal Gracia Kane Laing Agustina Leal irak morales Pippy McClenaghan & Tyler Jackson Margot Mills & Laura Duffy irak morales Bijan Moosavi Chantal Peñalosa Caroline Schattling Villeval Israel Urmeer Marek Wolfryd     Part one:  10/08/18 – 1/09/18 Opening Friday 10 August 6pm (NZ Time) play_station: 8 Egmont Street, Te Aro, 6011, Wellington  Part two:  10/08/18 – 1/09/18 Opening Friday 10 August 7pm (Mexico Time) Biquini Wax EPS: 34 Dr. Gilberto Bolanos Cacho, Colonia Buenos Aires, 06780, Mexico City   Commonalities between BIQUINI WAX EPS (Mexico) and play_station (Aotearoa/New Zealand) expand beyond specific approaches. For starters, we are all broke. By extension, there is a drive to nurture and create culture from the perspective of creating and making. Looking to develop conversations that bypass geographical location to address different methods and struggles of becoming an artist whilst running artist run spaces.  BIQUINI WAX EPS and play_station set a sail to the middle of the pacific, shitty old boat rocking about, inflatable and overloaded with the combination of AV equipment and FedeX packages. We are transmitting inland.

Between the beach and the lounge
Main space

Alejandra Avilés
Daniel Aguilar Ruvalcaba
Bent
Wendy Cabrera Rubio
Paloma Contreras Lomas
Juliana Garza Maldonado
Cristóbal Gracia
Kane Laing
Agustina Leal
irak morales
Pippy McClenaghan & Tyler Jackson
Margot Mills & Laura Duffy
irak morales
Bijan Moosavi
Chantal Peñalosa
Caroline Schattling Villeval
Israel Urmeer
Marek Wolfryd

 

Part one:

10/08/18 – 1/09/18
Opening Friday 10 August 6pm (NZ Time)
play_station: 8 Egmont Street, Te Aro, 6011, Wellington

Part two:

10/08/18 – 1/09/18
Opening Friday 10 August 7pm (Mexico Time)
Biquini Wax EPS: 34 Dr. Gilberto Bolanos Cacho, Colonia Buenos Aires, 06780, Mexico City


Commonalities between BIQUINI WAX EPS (Mexico) and play_station (Aotearoa/New Zealand) expand beyond specific approaches. For starters, we are all broke. By extension, there is a drive to nurture and create culture from the perspective of creating and making. Looking to develop conversations that bypass geographical location to address different methods and struggles of becoming an artist whilst running artist run spaces.

BIQUINI WAX EPS and play_station set a sail to the middle of the pacific, shitty old boat rocking about, inflatable and overloaded with the combination of AV equipment and FedeX packages. We are transmitting inland.

 Dissimulation 2.0 Yellow Room  Paul2 (AU)  Opening Friday 10 August 6pm 10/09/18 – 1/09/18    Tasmanian visual artists Paul² bring their upside down world of installation, sculpture and large scale immagery to Wellington for their international debut exhibition, Dissimulation 2.0.  Dissimulation 2.0 is a new site specific work that lifts colour, shape and scale directly from Playstation ARI’s yellow room and environment; playing on techniques of abstraction to create an immersive space.  Paul Squared is a collaborative project with award-winning sculptor Paul Murphy, and visual artist Paul Eggins that fuses Murphy’s architectural skills with Eggin’s experience in street art and grafitti. Adopting concepts of camouflage through the use of shapes, structures, and colour, Eggins & Murphy aim to remove the audience members from their pre-conceived idea of the space it is installed within. Their exhibitions flip the space, creating undulating shapes and new notions of what gallery and architectural spaces can be, and do.  Dissimulation 2.0 will be completely modelled on found materials and sourced objects from Wellington, with Paul² thrilled by the opportunity and challenge to create something completely from scratch in a new country; neither of them have visited.

Dissimulation 2.0
Yellow Room

Paul2 (AU)

Opening Friday 10 August 6pm
10/09/18 – 1/09/18
 

Tasmanian visual artists Paul² bring their upside down world of installation, sculpture and large scale immagery to Wellington for their international debut exhibition, Dissimulation 2.0.

Dissimulation 2.0 is a new site specific work that lifts colour, shape and scale directly from Playstation ARI’s yellow room and environment; playing on techniques of abstraction to create an immersive space.

Paul Squared is a collaborative project with award-winning sculptor Paul Murphy, and visual artist Paul Eggins that fuses Murphy’s architectural skills with Eggin’s experience in street art and grafitti. Adopting concepts of camouflage through the use of shapes, structures, and colour, Eggins & Murphy aim to remove the audience members from their pre-conceived idea of the space it is installed within. Their exhibitions flip the space, creating undulating shapes and new notions of what gallery and architectural spaces can be, and do.

Dissimulation 2.0 will be completely modelled on found materials and sourced objects from Wellington, with Paul² thrilled by the opportunity and challenge to create something completely from scratch in a new country; neither of them have visited.