Janet Lilo visual artist

5th Auckland Triennial / Right of Way 2013

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Ten artists and collectives from around New Zealand will present their work at If you were to live here …, the free three-month festival of contemporary art that will be the largest Auckland Triennial to date.

Curated by Hou Hanru, one of the most influential curators in the world today, the Triennial will see local and international artists transforming Auckland spaces. The Triennial invites discussion, the exchange of ideas and creates opportunities to collaborate and connect with different partners and communities in and out of the city.

New Zealand artists in the 5th Auckland Triennial:

Maddie Leach, Janet Lilo, Local Time, Hemi Macgregor, Tahi Moore, Ngataiharuru Taepa, Saffronn Te Ratana, Peter Robinson, Luke Willis Thompson, Wayne Youle.

full press release: http://www.aucklandartgallery.com/whats-on/news/new-zealand-artists-of-the-5th-auckland-triennial-announced


Interdisciplinary artist Janet Lilo‘s new video and sound installation, Right of Way, 2013, which explores the Auckland artist’s neighbourhood and the people who share her driveway. Right of Way captures the languages, music and sounds around Lilo’s home in Avondale, Auckland and includes a 4,000 image photomontage. Right of Way will show at Artspace, Karangahape Road.


May 10 – July 13


  • Level 1, 300 Karangahape Rd
  • Auckland, New Zealand 1145
Yto Barrada France/Morocco
Janet Lilo New Zealand – Ngāpuhi, Samoan, Niuean
Cinthia Marcelle Brazil
Angelica Mesiti Australia
Bruno Serralongue France

Full list of participating artists and venues here: http://www.aucklandartgallery.com/whats-on/news/new-zealand-artists-of-the-5th-auckland-triennial-announced


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