Join us at Gus Fisher Gallery for a relaxed Saturday morning with complimentary donuts and coffee while you hear from a panel of speakers discussing the New Zealand AIDS Memorial Quilt and ongoing issues relating to HIV in Aotearoa today. This discussion will take place in the new exhibition Queer Algorithms, which includes a selection of panels from the Quilt. 

This event is in association with the New Zealand AIDS Foundation and Ending HIV.

The exhibition Queer Algorithms brings together a plurality of voices where identities are understood as always multifarious and in flux. Assuming a polyvocal and intersectional standpoint, Queer Algorithms features artists whose artworks have and are in the process of reconfiguring new algorithms for change against continued systems of exclusion.

Gus Fisher Gallery is proud to be working with the New Zealand AIDS Foundation and Ending HIV on the presentation of individual panels from the National Aids Memorial Quilt as part of the exhibition. Queer Algorithms includes artworks by ground-breaking artists never seen before in Aotearoa working in the mediums of video, installation and internet art.

Park for $2 per hour, to a maximum of $10 on evenings and weekends at the Victoria St car park. Find out more.

Last updated: 04 February 2020