A Letter from Bombay, or Mumbai: On the Troubles of Renaming as a Decolonial Act
Loose Canons: Isobel MacKinnon
Playing The Meg Ryan Role: A Review of Bad Mood

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What's in a name? The history of a place, its present, and its future. 

In the home studio of artists Shreyas Karle and Hemali Bhuta, tucked into a rocky cliff on the edge of the Borivali forest, my references to our locale disrupt the easy flow of our conversation. In describing my experience of returning to India from Aotearoa, I self-consciously stumble between referring to this city as Bombay...

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Loose Canons is a series in which we invite artists we love to share five things that have informed their work. Meet the rest of our Loose Canons here.

Isobel MacKinnon is a busy lassie. The Wellington-based performance maker and director has been touring with multi-award-winning show My Best Dead Friend (co-created with Anya Tate-Manning) to Tauranga, Dunedin and Nelson arts festivals, and the...

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New Volumes critic Rachael Longshaw-Park reviews Bad Mood, choreographer Tallulah Holly-Massey's compelling final entry in her Basement Theatre residency.

As women, it’s difficult to ignore the archetypes we are bombarded with: they’re everywhere we go. The Madonna. The Whore. The Hysteric. The Damsel. The Femme Fatale. The list goes on, and Tallulah Holly-Massey’s new work offers up a space in which...

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A Letter from Bombay, or Mumbai: On the Troubles of Renaming as a Decolonial Act
Theatre
Loose Canons: Isobel MacKinnon
Theatre
Playing The Meg Ryan Role: A Review of Bad Mood
Introducing our New Volumes: Critics in Residence for 2018-19
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Introducing our four Critics in Residence for 2018...
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Introducing our New Volumes: Critics in Residence for 2018-19
By Pantograph Punch
A Frost Kissed Rose at the Bottom of the World: An Interview with Daegan Wells
Read Time: 21 mins
Lucinda Bennett talks to the artist about craft, storytelling...
Art
A Frost Kissed Rose at the Bottom of the World: An Interview with Daegan Wells
By Lucinda Bennett
Mundane Hellscapes: The Subversion of Hir
Read Time: 9 mins
Jean Sergent dives into the disruption of Taylor Mac...
Theatre
Mundane Hellscapes: The Subversion of Hir
By Jean Sergent
Far From Vanity: Six Profiles of Independent Aotearoa Authors
Read Time: 24 mins
Antony Millen challenges the stereotype that authors...
Literature
Far From Vanity: Six Profiles of Independent Aotearoa Authors
By Antony Millen
Loose Canons: Miriama Mcdowell
Read Time: 8 mins
Actor, writer and director Miriama Mcdowell lets us...
Loose Canons
Loose Canons: Miriama Mcdowell
By Miriama Mcdowell
From Dwelling to Destination: On New Zealand’s House Museums
Read Time: 19 mins
Sebastian Clarke on the character and reputation of...
Art
From Dwelling to Destination: On New Zealand’s House Museums
By Sebastian Clarke
Nothing Like Family
Read Time: 13 mins
Doug Dillaman and the unlikely, unconventional and...
Screen
Nothing Like Family
By Doug Dillaman
Loose Canons: Tallulah Holly-Massey
Read Time: 5 mins
Basement Theatre artist-in-residence Tallulah Holly...
Theatre
Loose Canons: Tallulah Holly-Massey
By Tallulah Holly-Massey