TEZA 2015, Transmission

Day 6 TEZA in images

Photographers: Gabrielle McKone, Amanda Joe, Georgina Conroy, Sophie Jerram and Mark Amery

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Serious salad making began on Thursday, with artists from Corinna School working with mixed vegetable media.
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In the kitchen at the bread-making workshop.
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Hair play at the All Good? Pop-Up Hair Salon.
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Mark Harvey worked with the Corinna School kids to construct cardboard and tape costumes for street performances.
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Barbarian Production’s Thomas La Hood awaits customers.
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Shay Green, artist for the day makes bread as part of his exchange with Ash Howell.
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Clothing upcycling at the Sharemart.
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Ash Howell’s Ako Ako  role swapping project continues. Ash started as a politician on Monday and worked his way up to stable hand by Thursday.

UxDdJwC1ZwwjW9YHxvbzhs1hbTH8iARAZFVGUha5Owo.jpgAt the end of the day, Ash debriefs with his day’s stand-in. Here with artist-for-a-day, local MP Kris Faafoi. The projection is in a backspace behind Sharemart until Sunday night 29 November.

dz3L6lPtNZvX-a5-O8sr5APzssQUJmCM430DCFWyLnYAsh at Wellington Riding for the Disabled.

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Jung Shim Krefft, Georgina Conroy, George Staniland (Massey interns and TEZA photographers), David Cook and Leala Falesuega installing Young Visionaries at the Old McDonalds.

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The OMD windows contain the student’s portraits and visions – these can be viewed online here.

cTOMt9cku7-1nfNbMvaSHOzQsv_BoZsMDPqWLlnHy2cPikihuia Haenga and Kerry Ann Lee from the Porirua People’s Library before the Free Range Raps and Monologues workshop kicked off at the TEZA hub, with guest Te Kupu.

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yg0clI_5dT194hvhC-QzLbES9m-ozXU_IlaAaYegn6w.jpgShay Green with Chiang Mai-based Belgian writer and activist Michel Bauwens who joined TEZA for a discussion on “New Economy Thinking”.

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Xpgi8eaBEmDA5C6V8Bo1moEwEHZ5fG16tXuUUFxjHOM.jpgRichard Bartlett from the worker-owned Loomio collective, facilitated a wide-ranging discussion on economic alternatives to the cash economy.

 

y0jqW6v482C7NiC7Zqqyxe2278vI5q8Nd186wdZIyoQThe day ended with Cycle-Powered Cinema out in the mall, care of Gapfiller in Christchurch who joined us via Skype from their fifth birthday celebrations (happy birthday you stunners!). We screened a documentary about Gap Filler’s Pallet Pavilion, all powered by bikes.

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Big thanks to Deb Fisher, Marcus McShane, Rich Bartlett, John Poppleton and crew for making this happen.

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