Megan Dunn, Violet Faigan and Duane Zarakov, Simon Cuming, Stuart
Page, Michael Morley, Rachel Shearer, Jeff Belt, Not These Days,
David Townsend, The Axemen, David Carman, Anya Thompson, Matthew
Hyland and Liz Kane, Ava Seymour and Graeme McFellin.
Curated by Simon Cuming and Gwynneth Porter
February 9 - February 21, 1999
For this video package with a difference, ten of New Zealand's
leading artists have made videos that just might perhaps maybe
say something about the possible effect of rock video on video
Teletubbies, Surrealistic videoscapes, hippy psychedelia,
alien space invaders, graffiti art, teenage love and general,
timeless angst will all go head to head when the following
brave and under-briefed artists give it up for all to see.
The Physics Room is the first venue for this touring package
which offers a not-to-be-missed opportunity to get down with
your bad self and watch telly in the GRUNT MACHINE video lounge.
The GRUNT MACHINE
tabloid publication is available now and won't clarify
much, but what application and poetry!
Reviews, Essays & Articles
Smart, new, all in black
The Press, 1999 Feb. 17, p. 19
This Time It's Personal, by Kirsty Gregg; Grunt Machine, videos.
GRUNT MACHINE tabloid publication