AUCKLAND ART GALLERY
MOVING IMAGE CENTRE
ARTSPACE / AUCKLAND
The Wages of Sin are Death
Tonights Broadcast was Supposed to be a Celebration
Wednesday 23 January 2002
Both shows open at 6pm and will be see-able Thursday + Friday 1:00pm - 7:30pm / Saturday 12:00pm - 5:00pm. Rm401 is on the 4th floor of Achilles House on the corner Commerce St and Custom St East, Auckland, New Zealand.
Cuckoo is an artists' initiative from Aotearoa/New Zealand, operational since late 2000. We put on shows in other peoples' galleries, or rather, we make people give us their gallery to run our programme in.
An artist-run space without a space, a non-financial organisation, we are an informational entity rather than a room. We've been through all that, tracing our lineage through various old school artist-run spaces and public galleries.
We organise shows according to the time and energy we have for our ideas and the opportunities that come that come up for us to realise them. The Cuckoo core are five artists and writers: Jon Bywater, Judy Darragh, Daniel Malone, Ani O'Neill, and Gwynneth Porter. Our internet and design stuff is looked after by Warren Olds.
A PDF of our documentary publication 01/01-06/03 is available for download here:
For the Next Wave Festival in Melbourne in March 2006 - two projects!
A. Cuckoo presents Richard Maloy
For Cuckoo’s container in the container village, the marvelous Richard Maloy built a nest out of all sorts of things. This was another in his series of welcoming, crafted occupations (tree-hut, kissing booth etc.).
B. Silver Clouds
Cuckoo and the Melbourne artist-run project CLUBSproject came together to present "Silver Clouds". Or more correctly, CLUBS hosted Cuckoo, the good ole brood parasite...
Two things happened:
The Cuckoo Silver Clouds team was Dan Arps, Nick Austin, Fiona Connor, Janet Lilo, Kate Newby, Seung Yul Oh, Sriwhana Spong and Ben Tankard.
Visit the ORDER + PROGRESS website at: http://www.orderandprogress.com.au
Visit the NEXTWAVE website at: http://2006festival.nextwave.org.au