When Can I See You Again? offers a public invitation into a private, contemplative space. This multimedia, multicultural, multi-regional exhibition of emerging artists explores female sexualities, desire, power, and safe spaces.
The collectively curated gathering attempts to build “a community of resistance” (bell hooks). A “central location for the production of a counter-hegemonic discourse that is not just found in words but in habits of being and the way one lives”.
Women’s voices and bodies are privileged in new works created by Ana Te Whaiti, Jamie Berry, Kerrie Van Heerden, Luisa Tora, Molly Rangiwai-McHale, Sangeeta Singh, and Tasi Su’a.
Opening Night event on Thursday 16 February at 6pm, with a free bus to and from Fresh Gallery Ōtara, picking-up outside Family Bar on Karangahape Road.
A Weaving Circle on Saturday 4 March at 10.30am offers an opportunity to speak with the artists, to talk about our shared herstory, and to make some bold projections about what form a utopian queer female future might take.
Elina Naigulevu from ‘What About Your Friends? (2017)’, a photographic series by Molly Rangiwai-McHale and Luisa Tora.