6:00pm - 10:00pm

Jem Noble: Dream Dialects

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Te Tuhi

Dream Dialects is a solo exhibition of online, offsite and gallery-based artworks by Jem Noble. The exhibition includes a series of responses to the New Zealand film Sleeping Dogs (1977), directed by Roger Donaldson, and to the novel Smith’s Dream (1971), by C. K. Stead, on which the film is based.

Te Tuhi website: Event details

Also at Te Tuhi on White Night: In Transit (Arrival)Artist Talk: Yona LeeKalisolaite 'Uhila: Pigs in the yard IIShelley Jacobson: Surface Expressions; and Katrina Beekhuis: Potters Pink.


Image credit: Jem Noble, Dream Dialects, 2016 (installation view). Commissioned by Te Tuhi, Auckland. Photo by Sam Hartnett