Curators Floortalk with Polly Gilroy & Janna van Hasselt

Saturday 24 June 12 Noon

Join artist and exhibition curator Polly Gilroy as she discusses
‘a colour has many faces’

a selected group show featuring works by
Salome Tanuvasa, Janna van Hasselt, Poppy Lekner, Lily Custance, Polly Gilroy


Polly will be joined by exhibiting artist Janna van Hasselt who will discuss her ceramic practice and the important role colour plays.

Free entry, all welcome.

Artists use colour to make you feel or see something, however a single colour can be translated in many ways. There is an undeniable instability to colour. Although, on a surface level hues appear stable, as relationships form between colours and their environment we find they endlessly transform. They are as variable as light.

A colour has many faces brings together five female artists from across Aotearoa with diverse artistic practices. Colour plays a pivotal role within each artist’s work and is explored through their unique visual language, dissecting the sensorial potential of surface and shape through bold abstraction.

Exhibition dates: 30 May – 30 June