spring cinema: rialto channel

By Francesca Rudkin

The documentary genre is filled with films about complex, fascinating women living interesting lives. Throughout September Rialto Channel celebrates some of these inspirational...

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matt ellwood: smokin’ gun

In keeping with his fascination with popular culture and the notion of modern consumerism, multi-media artist Matt Ellwood draws on the formidable allure...

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growing pains

There are few films that are as eagerly anticipated as Boyhood. Touted as the best film of Richard Linklater’s 26-year filmmaking career, this...

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lighting up the capital

The highly anticipated Wellington light festival, LUX, is back and set to impress with a show of luminosity that is better than ever. As of...

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listen: high life

By Andrew Reinholds

Brain Eno has never been an artist interested in perfection. As a result, he has been able to spend the last few decades...

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how to google efficiently

As an institution so deeply ingrained in our everyday lives, we may as well learn to use it wisely. Here are some tips to...

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what your tattoo says about you

Once the domain of Popeye and his posse of brazen lasses, tattoos are making an indelible mark across the creative landscape. We dissect...

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barking mad

Welcome to the future. A place where, using the wizard technology of No More Woof, canines can woof, growl and whine and you...

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pen to paper: cj hendry

You only need to steal a glance at 26-year-old Queensland native CJ Hendry’s work to spot her infatuation with detail. Hendry’s painstaking creations...

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snap happy: annie’s big book

It’s little wonder the most prolific portrait photographer working today took several years to compile her latest masterpiece. Annie’s Big Book is nothing...

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wanderlust: where are you

Most of us when visiting an unfamiliar city, feel obliged to consult a guide book in order to make the most out of...

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listen: it’s album time

By Andrew Reinholds

In the ten years since his first single, Todd Terje (aka Terje Olsen) has built a reputation as one of Europe’s most respected...

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exhibition: new objects, small but powerful

Over the course of the following week, celebrated local gallery Objectspace will offer contemporary design lovers the unique opportunity to view, and if...

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august film round up

As the New Zealand International Film Festival draws to a close, we've still got movies on our mind. Thankfully, as per always, the...

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want to work with us?

In four short years Denizen has established itself as the go-to destination for those looking for a fix on the art of living...

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4 reasons to make the most out of winter

It's just about at the point where we've had enough of the cold, the wind, the drizzle and damp, when a mid-winter getaway would...

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a guide to collecting art

The art world can appear foreign and daunting to the uninitiated. The fact of the matter is that the world is populated by...

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modern colloquialisms

Sometimes it's hard to stay up with the linguistic play given that street speak is subject to a constant evolution. Implementing the following euphemisms into your...

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listen: the grand tour

By Andrew Reinholds

George Jones’ drinking and use of amphetamines was legendary. He once famously drove his lawn mower to the local liquor store after his...

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the future of flight

When aviation innovators Spike Aerospace suggested a private jet that could cut flying time in half, traveling at twice the speed of commercial...

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This Month On Denizen | September 2014