About walking: Richard Orjis: cruising, lazing, leaning

Drawing on queer histories of cruising for intimate encounters in parks, artist Richard Orjis invites you to gather by the Waters of the Eel, Te Wai Orea / Western Springs Park for a night time cruise. Together we will explore how passive, promiscuous, temporary and transient modes may lead to meaningful alliances and intimacies between humans and the more-than-human.

Photo: Ralph Brown

Saturday 21 November, 9pm

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Walks:

Pīta Turei: Mata ke ao
Sunday 22 September, 5:45am

Jeremy Leatinu’u: Kawea
Saturday 2 November, 12noon

Christina Houghton: Wayfinding Waikumete
Saturday 23 November, 4.10pm

 

val smith: queer walk-nap
Saturday 15 February, 6.30am - Sunday 16 February, 11.30pm

 

Suzanne Cowan and Rodney Bell: The hauntology of inheritance
Saturday 29 February, 2pm

 

Andrew McMillan: Echo Echo Echo
Wednesday 18 March - Wednesday 22 April

 

Vanessa Crofskey: Sports day
Online on Saturday 4 April, 12-4pm

 

Melissa Laing: Standing at the edge
Online from Saturday 11 April, watch-party at 4pm

 

Walking about in fog by Layne Waerea and Lana Lopesi
6 June - 5 July

 

Becca Wood: The public stand
21 June, 3pm

 

Pīta Turei: Rangi Matariki
14 July, 6am

 

Becca Wood: The Public Stand
12 September, afternoon

 

Christina Houghton: Wayfinding Waikumete (pt II)
10 October, 11am

 

Jeremy Leatinu’u: Mauria
31 October, 12 noon

 

Richard Orjis: cruising, lazing, leaning
21 November, 9pm