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Tuatara Open Late: Iconography of Revolt and Semiconductor

City Gallery opens its doors later than usual for music, art and conversation.
By Francois Finlay
August 01, 2018
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Tuatara Open Late: Iconography of Revolt and Semiconductor

City Gallery opens its doors later than usual for music, art and conversation.
By Francois Finlay
August 01, 2018
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On the first Thursday of every month, City Gallery opens its doors later than usual for Tuatara Open Late. The event profiles exhibitions showing in the gallery and pairs them with experts in their fields, arts commentators, musicians and performance artists.

The next Open Late will be in response to the current exhibition, Iconography of Revolt. Running until 18 November, the exhibition explores how artists, filmmakers, and designers have addressed the visual language of revolt — from the politically righteous to the frivolous.

From 5.15pm a tour of the exhibition will commence with curator Robert Leonard before acclaimed UK artist duo Semiconductor present an artist talk and screening. They turn scientific data into immersive video installations — making the invisible visible. DJ B.Lo will also be onboard playing sounds of revolt, while supper treats will be provided by Nikau. Arrive early to avoid disappointment

Image: Mark Tantrum/City Gallery.

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