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André Hemer at Te Uru

18 May 2017

André Hemer has been busy of late, with his exhibition Small Paintings IRL at Bartley + Company Art and collaborating with Te Uru curator Andrew Clifford on the exhibition Watching Windows, on show at Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery until 23 July 2017.

The exhibition, presented amidst the elevated skyscapes of Titirangi, includes work by international artists who “negotiate the physical and digital interplay of light and space as a way to communicate ideas of place — locally, globally and imagined”. André’s networks, developed over stints in New Zealand, Australia, Asia, Europe and the United States, and nurtured through the way he — and we — operate in our interconnected digital age of screens and collapsed distances and timezones, bring together work work by André, Ry David Bradley, Catherine Clayton-Smith, Biljana Jancic and Céline Struger.

As the text on Te Uru’s website states, “their works question the way we mediate and construct our experiences of the world through image making, where processes of observation and memory can be renegotiated and endlessly reworked or replicated.”

If you're in Auckland we encourage you to take a trip out west to see this exhibition.

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Image: Watching Windows installation with work by Ry David Bradley (L) and André Hemer (R)

Photo credit: Sam Hartnett