Author
Lana Lopesi

Lana Lopesi is a Staff Writer at The Pantograph Punch. A critic of art and culture based in Auckland and author of False Divides (BWB 2018), Lana’s writing has featured in a number of publications in print and online including Art New Zealand, Un Magazine and Runway. Lana writes a monthly column for Design Assembly called Graphic Matters where she is also a Contributing Editor looking after the Aotearoa Design Thinking series. She was also the Founding Editor of #500words.

Lana was the Editor-in-Chief of The Pantograph Punch from 2017–2019.

Latest Articles:
Safety In Numbers: Poly Twitter and Carving Out Digital Space
Read Time: 10 mins
Lana Lopesi on how the Pacific diaspora took to Twitter...
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Safety In Numbers: Poly Twitter and Carving Out Digital Space
By Lana Lopesi
The Changing of the Seas: Notes from the Pacific Arts Association Symposium
Read Time: 15 mins
Lana Lopesi goes to a symposium of the Pacific, but...
Art
The Changing of the Seas: Notes from the Pacific Arts Association Symposium
By Lana Lopesi
Fomenting and Formation: How Tanu Gago Took Over The Pah Homestead
Read Time: 8 mins
Lana Lopesi on Tanu Gago’s latest video work.
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Fomenting and Formation: How Tanu Gago Took Over The Pah Homestead
By Lana Lopesi
The Engagement Exercise
Read Time: 15 mins
Lana Lopesi on tick-box public art approaches
Art
The Engagement Exercise
By Lana Lopesi