What do you mean, we?

03 March 2012 - 06 May 2012

What do you mean, we? groups together an international selection of artists to examine prejudice in its various forms. Selected artists employ a range of innovative strategies, from psychoanalysis to voluntary homelessness, to expose or even attempt to transcend discrimination. Artists include: Elizabeth Axtman (US), Newell Harry (AUS), Amanda Heng (SG), Rangituhia Hollis (NZ), Thomas Johnson (IT/US), Simone Aaberg Kærn (DK), Ayanah Moor (US), Colin Nairn (NZ), Kalisolaite Uhila (NZ/TO), Boat-people.org (AUS).
Curated by Bruce E. Phillips

Press coverage:
TV3's Nightline News on Kalisolaite Uhila
Janet McAllister, NZ Herald on Kalisolaite Uhila
95bfm interview curator Bruce E. Phillips
John Hurrell, Eye Contact - Part one & Part two

Additional press on Kalisolaite 'Uhila's 2014 Walters Prize nomination:
Radio New Zealand National, 6 July 2014; Nina Tonga, Off the Wall, Te Papa blog; Bruce E. Phillips, Outpost, Auckland Art Gallery blog;Terrence Handscomb, Eyecontact; Emma Jameson, Eyecontact; Natasha Matila-Smith, Eyecontact; Scott Hamilton, Eyecontact; Review by Mark Amery, The Big Idea; Ali Ikram, TV3 News, Campbell Live