Kiwi Car Culture Laps Venice

NZ’s representative at the Venice Biennale – Michael Stevenson – praised in Time Pacific for his “finely calibrated sense of irony.” Stevenson’s main installation – ‘This is the Trekka’ – places NZ’s Cold War era attempt at a mass-produced all-terrain vehicle in the incongruous surroundings of an 18th century Venetian church. “Employing fictional devices and conspiracy theories, Stevenson cleverly concocts a time capsule of NZ before globalization, of innocence mixed with paranoia.”


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Glasgow-Based MOY Pop Star in Waiting

Glasgow-Based MOY Pop Star in Waiting

“With only two live shows and two singles behind him, MOY, 23, is already showing signs that he’s a real contender,” Scottish Sun music journalist Jim Gellatly writes. “The New Zealander…