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Wednesday 14th July, 7-9pm

P-LAB: Kedron Parker - The Collaboration Table

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"Kia Ora! You are invited to join me at the Collaboration Table. I will tell a few stories, we will drink mulled wine, we will break bread. We will dance." - Kedron Parker.

Kedron Parker is a Wellington-based artist investigating place and nature in the city. Her practice is public, collaborative, installation and performance-based. She likes kids, music, ecologists, places, people, cameras, radios, birds and water. She lives in Owhiro Bay.

Her works include Wellington's first-sound based public artwork Kumutoto Stream, the photographic series Nautilus into Night, the arts and ecology co-lab Inanga Love Park, the interspecies Performance Arcade work Hello Pigeons (with Adam Ben-Dror), and The Wet Index (with BruceMcNaught).

https://occupationartist.com/about/kedron-parker/


P-LAB is a series of artist-run talks and workshops at Pyramid Club. Coming up in the series:

16 June - Rosie Langabeer
23 June - Noa Records
30 June - Plan 9
7 July - Campbell Kneale
14 July - Kedron Parker
21 July - Raewyn Martyn

Thanks to Creative NZ for supporting Pyramid Club’s programme

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Kedron Parker beside a stream.
Upcoming Events
The opening night of a new exhibition by Treefrog 'David' Sanders

"...the transitory human imprint, the nets of lines that have been etched into or superimposed onto the shifting crust of Earth"
Pyramid Club is proud to host Parks for 2 nights of musical integrations and collaborations.

Night 1 in collaboration with Cory Champion/Riki Gooch + Oghum
Pyramid Club is proud to host Parks for 2 nights of musical integrations and collaborations.

Night 2 in collaboration with Toby Laing/Anthony Donaldson; Bridget Kelly/Isaac Smith and Daniel Beban
The release of a new bespoke 12-inch vinyl with a limited edition large format booklet.
The electrifying sound of actual electricity cracking the air live.