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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
To open their residency Noa Records will be hosting a wānanga/talanoa
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Staying creative, collaborative and congenial in the arts over many decades.
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The trio perform original renditions of renaissance motets by Orlando di Lasso (1530/32-1594) and medieval chant by Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179)
Campbell would like to invite anybody who wants to participate to join him in performing a large ensemble 'drone' piece. Or come and listen.
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