A programme of exciting moving and still image contemporary artworks to be presented on the Digital Stage in Aotea Square throughout the Festival this summer.

Thai-Australian artist Kawita Vatanajyankur constructs human-size structures, which she then becomes a part of. In the intense yet meditative Shuttle, Vatanajyankur is herself the shuttle, which produces, with careful and physically demanding choreography, another line of a woven textile.

Alongside Shuttle, an animated digital work from Māori artist and designer Johnson Witehira titled Te Kai a te Rangatira, inspired by the Toitū Te Reo kaupapa, and other to-be-announced artworks and films, will grace the Auckland Live Digital Stage throughout the Festival in March.

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Last updated: 27 November 2020