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Film critic Rachel Barker is brought to her knees by the subtle Queer threads in Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog.



Ana McAllister surveys her Instagram followers to check the vibe on body hair.


Off the Beaten Track: Chevron Hassett

Editor Ataria Sharman with Chevron Hassett on taking the time for self-care and refining his art practice.


We Give Eternal Thanks to Bush

The Pantograph Punch team humbly acknowledges all that photosynthesising green beings do for us and our ora.


Far from Diseased Ground

A kaupapa inspired by Colin McCahon's legacy has resulted in 1000 healthy kauri saplings grown from trees infected with kauri dieback, on the whenua of Te Kawerau ā Maki. Gabi Lardies investigates.


Recentring the Bush

The mainstream wellness industry is repackaging traditional healing practices. Makanaka Tuwe invites us to reflect on the repackaging and our choices around 'self-care'.


Mana of the Man: Brian Gunson

Many seeds were planted at Hongoeka Marae by illustrator and designer Brian Gunson, whose memory and works were honoured in the exhibition Brian at Pātaka Art + Museum. Arihia Latham revisits his legacy.


Binge Culture Brings the Spooks

Masters of agency and Fringe faves Binge Culture are travelling round the country with their new show Werewolf and uncovering what happens in the wilds at night.


C*ntry Calendar

Country Calendar was one of Briar Pomana’s comfort television shows. She grapples with the realisation it romanticises colonial cottage-core lifestyle on what once was Indigenous land.


Nam Woon Kim reviews Disney's latest film, Turning Red, and unpacks the complexities of representation in a multi-billion-dollar industry.


Capturing the Zeitgeist

Poetry's magical possibilities of collaboration and innovation are showcased with Nathan Joe's Homecoming Poems and Freya Daly Sadgrove's Ultimately Lacks Polish, according to Chris Tse.


The Eyes of the Atua

Literary Festival Programmer Claire Mabey on the transformation of children's book publishing in Aotearoa and, for Pākehā like her, its effect on the landscape of the mind.


Ranking the Songs of Native Manu

The definitive ranking absolutely no one asked for: calls of ngā manu from worst to best, by novice tramper Rachel Trow.


FILTH Is for the Future Not the Ego

Shaquille Wasasala, one half of the mastermind duo behind FILTH, is shaping the landscape of club nights for Queer POC in Aotearoa and beyond. Their sister Kitty Wasasala sits down with them to discuss what sets FILTH apart, and where they’re headed next in their upcoming live event.



A year ago, Ataria Sharman, Editor of The Pantograph Punch, dreamed of the art and culture journal being sexier. In her final issue, she reflects on this and welcomes new growth.


You can whittle the best collectives, galleries, events, whatever, down to a cute art friendship at the core. Faith Wilson with Francis McWhannell and Jade Townsend on the partnership that led to their new gallery Season.


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