Criptic Critic Conscience and Known for it

Thursday, February 6, 2014

-Post Treaty of Waitangi day Sneak Preview from my piece of writing "Hokioi Hokioi Hu u, Others in public" published in issue 5 of "Matters"

"The Two Treaties, only one voted legally in, by numbers, by sheer traditional western capitalist law, deigned democracy, in a parliament where laws are made. To govern the people a vote is made. Britain signed With THE UNITED FEDERATION OF TRIBES to leave well alone. All power to Te Ao Maori, to be defended by the British Legal system, They will be protected from the abuses symptomatic of all previous colonisations. This will not be a colonisation, this will be different.

Someone was taken down, The leaders of this enlightened wave of thought, the emancipatory, egalitarianism of the Anti -Slavery Unit. the Intellectual leaders of the societies of the rich doing the right thing and freeing the poor from torture"



  • We are excited to invite you to the double launch of the 5th edition of Matters Arts Journal:


    WELLINGTON
    Robert Heald Gallery
    6pm, Thursday 13th February
    209 Leftbank, Cuba Mall

    AUCKLAND
    FERARI
    6pm, Friday 21st February
    66 Crummer Rd, Grey


    This 5th edition features articles and works by:

    Hamish Win
    Rebecca Boswell
    John Ward Knox
    Sam Rountree Williams
    Tao Wells
    Victoria Wynne-Jones
    Thomasin Sleigh
    Georgina Watson
    Sophie Davis
    Zac Langdon-Pole
    & Robert Hood

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    Matters is an itinerant arts journal, initially established by the founding members of Newcall Gallery (2008-2010). Special thanks to Creative New Zealand for their support.

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    Image credit: Robert Hood, "Glacier with Peanut," LED photo print, 2013

    ***Limited editions of "Glacier with Peanut" will be available to purchase upon enquiry at the Launch***

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