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Free AUT screening | Stink Magnetic Record Company | Khal exhibition opening

Free AUT Screening: Clubs, Get Togethers & Wild Times
Plus: new Viewfinder, Khal exhibition coming soon

Stink Magnetic Record Company

Hailing from Paihiatua, visionary and dedicated tape extraordinaire D. Thomas Herkes started the label Stink Magnetic records in 1998 AD. He documents to tape, lathe and vinyl timeless classics that encapsulate that electrifying, wild and raw, small town Aotearoa backyard sound.

Stink Magnetic takes over at Viewfinder this week, with videos by: Double ya D, Boss Christ, Lighting Tape-Wolf, Bad Evil, House on the Haunted Hill, I drink your blood, Golden axe, and the Damned Evangelist. More info.

Showing continuously in the Viewfinder window, 3 - 10 November 2015

Viewfinder is Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision’s moving image presentation at Auckland Central Library.

Window frontage, 46 Lorne Street. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Clubs, Get Togethers & Wild Times

NZ, 60 min, Exempt

In the era of meet-ups and social media, we present an amusing look back at the societies and clubs that have enriched social lives in Aotearoa New Zealand over the last century.

The compilation programme of film and TV gems from the archives opens in rugged southern alpine ranges, where Tainui Robins and other Canterbury Mountaineering Club members hoon around the Arthur’s Pass region in their motorcars in 1938 - 1940. Another highlight of the hour-long programme is a 1968 segment on Auckland's Connoisseurs Club. The entire club (totalling over 1,700 members) takes a rail outing to the vibrant Wine Festival and Corban’s Vineyard in Henderson. An episode of the NZBC television series Survey (1971) also features, with poet and raconteur Dennis Glover introducing a range of weird and wonderful community groups and clubs formed by New Zealanders: from the Soroptimists to the Flying Saucer club. More info here.

This screening is presented in partnership with AUT and Colab.

When: 6pm, Wednesday 11 November
Where: AUT Auckland City, room WG126, Level 1, Sir Paul Reeves Building, Mayoral Dr
Free admission
Meetup group


An exhibition by Helga Fassonaki

An iteration of Khal, an ongoing project begun by Helga Fassonaki in Tabriz, Iran will be exhibited at Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision from 18 November - 11 December.

Fassonaki sent sixteen sculptural scores abroad, for sixteen female artists to interpret and perform publicly in response to a ban on female solo performances in Iran. The project continues to document a living score as a language used to tell a story, communicate a process, and provide instructions, while remaining transient and undefined.

Join us for the Khal exhibition opening at 6pm, Tuesday 17 November. Three of the scores, originally received by Angeline Chirnside, Purple Pilgrims, and Rachel Shearer, will be performed by three new Auckland-based artists at 8pm on opening night.

When: Opening 6pm, Tuesday 17 November,
exhibition runs 18 November - 11 December
Where: Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, Level 1, 300 Karangahape Rd, Auckland
Free admission

On the Blog: Sights and Sounds of WWI

Sights and Sounds of the Great War is a project to repatriate, preserve, digitise, and share with the public film and audio material relating to NZ’s experience of WWI. We take you behind the scenes on the research, preservation and digitisation processes in this blog post.


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