Mark Amery

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I'm thinking about what art and sport have in common. They are both great cultural levellers.
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As someone who this week feels constantly enroute, rediscovering my city, production En Route is clearly the show for me.
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Mark Amery
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The visual arts programme's core is instead the Pacific exchange of ideas and imagery, the melding of art-forms and the way the past informs present and future.
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Mark Amery
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The Auckland Festival visual arts programme is strong, but there are many more events and exhibitions which don't feature.
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Mark Amery
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At Q Theatre, the stunning new addition in my window landscape, the Kila Kokonut Krew bring back memories of the Dawn Raids with their musical The Factory.
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Props to Te Tuhi on the opening function front. First, director James McCarthy does his short speech with a megaphone and secondly, they've created their own homebrew for the occasion.
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Mark Amery
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The Ballad of Pondlife McGurk is actually a beautiful companion piece to Bruce Mason's own monologue of memories of childhood.
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Mark Amery
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Mark Amery's roving diary of shows and exhibitions across the city, with more than a few personal asides thrown in. "There will, I hope, be no regurgitated media pap from me."
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Mark Amery on the reverse colonisation of the work of Niki Hastings-Mcfall.
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There's electricity, a spirit, a ghost in the machine that exists in the way Ralph Hotere's work continues to burn in my mind's eye.
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Mark Amery