LATE NIGHT ART, Tuesday 9 October, 5 - 6.45pm
Visible Invisible Primary

Visible Invisible primary is a work whose origination comes from the selection of records that the DJ has made; and the subsequent improvisations that the invited performers make.

The work highlights the establishment of a sense of community, through people and its space; the performers have a direct link to, or are influenced by, the Ellen Melville Centre.


5.00 Haere Mai Taiko Drummers

5.15 Mark Laurent (guitar) & Maddie Blair (dance)

5.30 Auckland Street Choir

5.45 Cecile & Nigel (tango dance)

6.00 DJ Dubhead, Jess Mentis

6.15 (MC) – Mystery Guest

Warwick Blair

In the late 1980s, Warwick Blair was already being described as “one of New Zealand’s most original musical thinkers” (NZ Herald) and the “enfant terrible of New Zealand Music” (NZ Listener). Recently Blair’s international profile has steadily been increasing with many premieres, including world premieres, at prestigious festivals and venues, taking place around the world.

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Last updated: 11 June 2019