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    30Jul

    This time of Useful Consciousness: Political Ecology Now | The Dowse Art Museum

    Richard Frater, Matthew Galloway, Amy Howden-Chapman, Kei Uta, Vea Mafile’o, Bridget Reweti, Matavai Taulangau, The Distance Plan, Angela Tiatia and Tim Wagg.

    This time of Useful Consciousness: Political Ecology Now

    14 April – 30 July 2017

    The Dowse Art Museum, Wellington

     

     

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    This time of Useful Consciousness: Political Ecology Now

     

     

    The urgency to address global environmental issues and the relationship between economic, political and social factors is explored in this exhibition by Aotearoa New Zealand artists.
    Features work by Richard Frater, Matthew Galloway, Amy Howden-Chapman, Kei Uta, Vea Mafile’o, Bridget Reweti, Matavai Taulangau, The Distance Plan, Angela Tiatia and Tim Wagg.

     

     

    The Dowse Art Museum

    45 Laings Road
    Lower Hutt, New Zealand

    Open Daily 10am–5pm
    FREE Entry

    04 570 6500
    enquiries@dowse.org.nz

     

     

    Image Credit: Angela Tiatia, Holding On (Still), 2015, Courtesy of Alcaston Gallery, Narrm Melbourne, Australia

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