November 27, 2019

Nostalgia and connection

Erin McFarlane, our final attendant to look after Post hoc at the Biennale Arte 2019, writes about her time in Venice, including experiencing the unprecedented Acqua Alta in the final days of the Biennale. One of the most fascinating things […]
November 13, 2019

Post hoc tour with Dane Mitchell 23 November

Join Artist Dane Mitchell and contributing writer Dr Stephen Turner on a final walking tour of Post hoc at the New Zealand pavilion at the Biennale Arte 2019. To create Post hoc Dane Mitchell researched 260 types of extinct, disappeared, […]
September 23, 2019

Trees and Peripheries

Moya Lawson, the fourth Attendant for the New Zealand pavilion, reflects on her time in Venice showing visitors through Post hoc at the Biennale Arte 2019.   Venice is a Biennale city. The term ‘biennial’ is somewhat misleading given that […]
July 11, 2019

Making connections at the New Zealand Pavilion

Benny Chan is the second Attendant for the New Zealand pavilion at the Biennale Arte 2019. Benny blogs about the interactions he’s had during his time in Venice.   It’s always nice to hear people greeting me with “Kia ora,” […]
July 2, 2019

On Venice, vernissage and the vaporetto

Hope Wilson, our first attendant for Dane Mitchell’s Post hoc exhibition for the Biennale Arte 2019 reflects on the Vernissage and her time in Venice in her blog: During Vernissage week, as one of my many duties, I was inducted […]
May 14, 2019

An abundance of loss – Lead Curator Zara Stanhope on Post hoc

With the 58th Venice Biennale opening this week, art platform Contemporary HUM asked Dr Zara Stanhope, Lead Curator of Post hoc, for an introduction to the New Zealand exhibition by this year’s selected artist Dane Mitchell, and to contextualise it […]