MERATA: HOW MUM DECOLONISED THE SCREEN, 2018
- Heperi Mita
MERATA: HOW MUM DECOLONISED THE SCREEN, is a must-watch on Netflix. Also, if you can, find her essay The Soul And The Image.
A MĀORI DRAGON STORY, 1995
- Lisa Reihana
THE AOTEAROA HISTORY SHOW — A story of New Zealand and its people from its geological origins to modern day.
4801 LOUNGE CHAIR, 1964 - Joe Colombo
Obsessed with the postmodern sofas at FORM VINTAGE, in particular the Nicoletti Ambassador armchairs.
KEEP IT FOR YOURSELF, 1991
- Claire Denis
KEEP IT FOR YOURSELF - Claire Denis, 1991 [40 min]. With Sara Driver, Vincent Gallo and Sophie Simon. A New York story from a contemporary master, with a French woman in a foreign city, a stolen car and an unexpected romance.
OBLIQUE STRATEGIES, 1974
- Brian Eno
My set of Brian Eno’s OBLIQUE STRATEGIES beckons in moments of questioning, lethargy, - and playfulness. Designed as “Over One Hundred Worthwhile Dilemmas”, they’e creative problem solving prompts - but I reach for them as generators of synchronicity. Divination, almost. Today’s draw - “Do something boring” - felt apt.
- Ophelia and Ryder
Listening to the whole album SOLAR POWER from Lorde.
Charles Bello, Leslie Williamson - NYTimes
A LITTLE PIECE OF EARTH - Ryan Malloy, [15min].
This short film follows ex-modernist architect into a life lived off the grid.
PIPER EXCELSUM [KAWAKAWA]
- Emily Harris (1837 - 1925)
WILD LOVE KAWAKAWA BALM. Not a new discovery, but something I think everyone should have. My family and I use it for everything.
PINA BAUSCH, 1996
- Peter Lindbergh
PINA - Wim Wenders, 2011.
Documentary on German choreographer Pina Bausch from the perspective of her dancers. The film highlights the most recognized performances. The costumes by Marion Cito are just as alluring.