The Social

The Social is a collective of artists engaged in a practice of interactive and site specific performances in Christchurch, New Zealand. The core of our practice has everything to do with critical public dialogue and setting up environments for social connections to take place within the urban centre of a post-quake city.
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Photographs from Box Social; A Year in Review at Art Box

Many thanks to Charlotte Cook for the images.

Some doco of the show myself and Gaby put together for The Social

A new conversation via group exhibition - Gaby Montejo’s hand-made rimu phones from his f0n0 5tup1d0 performance and the decoy ducks used in Daegan Wells’ Wetlands interventions.

A new conversation via group exhibition - Gaby Montejo’s hand-made rimu phones from his f0n0 5tup1d0 performance and the decoy ducks used in Daegan Wells’ Wetlands interventions.

Displaced artefacts - posters saved from past tinymurl/Display Case project as part of the Box Social show at Art Box.

Thanks to Charlotte Cook for the photographs.

1. Francis Van Hout - painting

2. Audrey Baldwin and Julia Croucher  with Alex Lovell-Smith - photo excerpt from Full Spread zine.

3. Jason Ware - photograph of a building outlined on a building in Chch.

4. HAI!Hi! - The Social Collective

Photos from the Box Social; A Year In Review at Art Box.

Thanks to Charlotte Cook for the images.

1. Adrienne Millwood - You Look Like Everything, installation photo

2. Gaby Montejo - In Case Of….

3. Julia Croucher and Audrey Baldwin - documentation of Stuck performance

4. Liv Worsnop - rocks from her Zen Garden project

Photos from Box Social; A Year in Reveiw at Art Box

Thanks to Charlotte Cook for the images.

1. Audrey Baldwin - Secrets and Stories, Lucy Matthews - People

2. Hana Aoake- Meat Prize

3. Gaby Montejo - phones from F0n05tup1d0, Daegan Wells ducks from Wetlands,

Photographs from Box Social; A Year in Review at Art Box

Many thanks to Charlotte Cook for the images.


An audio tour, like no other, of an inner city corner. 158 -160 High Street (opposite MAINZ and C1) Headset available to borrow free of charge from Christchurch Art Gallery, 209 Tuam St.  Christchuch Art Gallery Hours:  10am-5pm Monday to Friday 10am-4pm Saturday and Sunday

An audio tour, like no other, of an inner city corner. 158 -160 High Street (opposite MAINZ and C1) Headset available to borrow free of charge from Christchurch Art Gallery, 209 Tuam St.

Christchuch Art Gallery Hours:
10am-5pm Monday to Friday
10am-4pm Saturday and Sunday

BABESONLINE

More info about Babes Online and A Brief History of a Corner