Pavement Downstairs, 224 Symonds Street
26th September 3pm-5pm
DZON delivers in a style reminiscent of Les Arts Incohérents. However the political messages are subtle and many of the found objects are plundered from the digital treasure trove of iPad Apps.
"Charles Darwin would find The Planet of the Apps familiar, some of the apps used in the production of this exhibition are now ‘extinct’, many have evolved strangely, some are back with new and utterly seductive random glitches" - DZON
Our new home in 2 Khyber Pass Road doesn't lend itself to exhibitions and so we are working with our near neighbours PAVEMENT, an intimate late night bar that compliments the contemporary edginess of this collection.
Delectable nibbles by our friends at L'Atelier a playlist compiled by Dan Aux, and PAVEMENT's cash bar (beware of it's seductive top shelf [yes I did make this mistake]) will combine with DZON's masterful collection to deliver a delightful dinner aperitif. Feel free to call us on 09 638 8161 if you need more information or click here to visit the event page.
Trip the light fantastic, Moa mine
Emus are gracile
Moas are always depicted as stolid
They might have danced
Nobody there to spook them
And if it was a sort of lumpen
Whistling and moaning
Strutting their stuff
Bobbing and weaving,
Kicking and ripping the fecund earth,
Image change for Moa,
In those post Gondwana mists of time.