Auckland Live Digital Stage

7 Jan - 24 Dec

Auckland Live Digital Stage

Free

Aotea Square

Visual Arts

Due to the COVID-19 lockdown the Auckland Live Digital Stage is currently not operating. 

 

The Auckland Live Digital Stage presents a curated line-up of stories, ideas and inspiration from the worlds of arts and entertainment. 

Tickle your taste buds with a smorgasbord of documentaries, inspiring stories, and ideas from around the world every weekday from 12 – 12.30pm, or widen your horizons from Dusk to Dark every Wednesday - Sunday when the Digital Stage is transformed into a gallery showcasing creative video works from established New Zealand and international dancers, digital artists and more.

DIGITAL STAGE OPERATING HOURS*

Due to the COVID-19 lockdown the Auckland Live Digital Stage is currently not operating. 

WHAT'S ON AT THE DIGITAL STAGE?

Due to the COVID-19 lockdown the Auckland Live Digital Stage is currently not operating. Check back to see the full programme once we reopen.

FULL PROGRAMME CREDITS

Auckland Stories

PART 3

Auckland is a fast-changing city. Nga Taonga Sound and Vision is sharing some archive footage of the historical Auckland.

Content provided by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision

  • Open Day and opening of Auckland Harbour Bridge (1959) | Then & Now, 100 years of Auckland on film | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Trip over the Harbour Bridge (1960) | Then & Now, 100 years of Auckland on film | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • The Arrival of the American fleet at Auckland (1925) | Then & Now, 100 years of Auckland on film | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Auckland from the skies | Then & Now, 100 years of Auckland on film | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Waterfront lockout (1951) | Then & Now, 100 years of Auckland on film | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Onehunga Scenes (1920) | Then & Now, 100 years of Auckland on film | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Football: England vs Auckland | Then & Now, 100 years of Auckland on film | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Pacific Magazine 03 (1954) | Then & Now, 100 years of Auckland on film | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • The last tram in Auckland (1956) | Then & Now, 100 years of Auckland on film | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Auckland’s last tram (1956) | Then & Now, 100 years of Auckland on film | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Personal record. Eady Royal Family and parade (1965) | Then & Now, 100 years of Auckland on film | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision

 

PART 4

The Town Hall is one of the most iconic venues in Auckland and performers always have a special experience performing on its stages. Discover some of the artists who have stories to share of their times performing in this Auckland Live venue.

Content provided by Auckland Live

  • In Conversation with a Singer | Tami Nielson | Auckland Live
  • Maori Movement | Rickylee Ruseell-Waipuka | Auckland Live
  • Movement Class | Rodney Bell | Auckland Live

 

PART 5

Take a bird’s eye view of two of Auckland Live’s most precious taonga: Selwyn Muru’s  Te Waharoa O Aotea, and the Aotea Tapestry, designed by Robert Ellis. 

Content provided by Auckland Live 

  • Te Waharoa O Aotea | Auckland Live
  • Aotea TapestryAuckland Live

 

PART 6

Soak up the colour, creativity and unstoppable style of two of Auckland’s most popular events: the annual Diwali Festival, and NZ Fashion Week.

Content provided by Auckland Live 

  • Diwali Festival | Auckland Live
  • New Zealand Fashion Week | Auckland Live

 

PART 7

Discover the stories behind the names of some of Auckland’s suburbs in the TIki Towns series.

Content provided by Te Amokura Productions

  • Manurewa | Te Amokura Productions, SKY GO & Nickelodeon | Te Amokura Productions
  • Pakuranga | Te Amokura Productions, SKY GO & Nickelodeon | Te Amokura Productions
  • Manukau | Te Amokura Productions, SKY GO & Nickelodeon | Te Amokura Productions
  • Papatoetoe | Te Amokura Productions, SKY GO & Nickelodeon | Te Amokura Productions    
  • Te Atatu | Te Amokura Productions, SKY GO & Nickelodeon | Te Amokura Productions

 

PART 8

Take a bird’s eye view of three of Auckland Live’s most precious taonga including Lisa Reihanna's spectacular new digital work Ihi in the Aotea Centre.

Content provided by Auckland Live

  • Te Waharoa O Aotea | Selwyn Muru | Auckland Live
  • Ihi | Lisa Reihanna | Auckland Live
  • Aotea Tapestry | Robert Ellis | Auckland Live

Dance | Kanikani

PART 9

Experience some of the best in dance with a film series showcasing the work of Kiwi choreographers, curated specially by Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ), the national support organisation for dance in Aotearoa, New Zealand, with the support of Foundation North.

Content provided by Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ)

  • Banditos | Tango, Ed Davis, Laughlan Broughton, Kia Jewel | Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ)
  • Study#1 | Gregory Bennett, Jennifer Nikolai, Jennifer Nikolai, AUT University Motion Capture Lab | Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ)
  • Alice | Jeremy Brick, Alice Macann | Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ)
  • Dancing in the Dark | Rowena Baines, Paula Jones, Loading Docs, Peter Vosper | Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ)
  • Flying Down Sand Dunes | Ed Davis, Well Fare State | Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ)
  • Georgia Mākara Sunset | Jeremy Brick, Georgia Beechy Gradwell | Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ)
  • Moturoa | Jeremy Brick, Alice Macann | Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ)

 

PART 10

Experience some of the best in dance with a film series showcasing the work of Kiwi choreographers, curated specially by Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ), the national support organisation for dance in Aotearoa, New Zealand, with the support of Foundation North.

Content provided by Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ)

  • The Horizon from Owhiro Bay | Loughlan Prior, Jeremy Brick, Loughlan Prior, Gareth Farr, Sara Garbowski, Harrison James | Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ)
  • Gone | Touch Compass, Jared Flitcroft, Antonio Bukhar, Kelston Deaf Education Auckland | Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ)
  • 360 Movement Study 2.0 | Jennifer Nikolai | Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ)
  • Te Whare Tangata | Ankaramy Fepuleai, Chas Samoa, Tiki Taane – Tangaroa, Funaki Taulanga, Denyse Davis, Paula Kahu | Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ)
  • Flipped: my body stopped so I could remember | Touch Compass, Catherine Chappell, Romola Lang | Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ)
  • Genome | Loughlan Prior, Jeremy Brick, Max Patté, Chris Gendall, Royal New Zealand Ballet, Laura Saxon Jones, Shaun Kelly Tonia Looker, Paul Mathews, Charles McCall, Leonora Voigtlander, Alexandre Ferreira, Katherine Grange, Jacob Chown | Dance Aotearoa New Zealand (DANZ)

Family | Whānau

PART 5

Follow the journey of a group of young Kiwi kids on their way to school, and (re)discover what it’s like to grow up in unique NZ.

Content provided by Pūkeko Pictures 

  • Rautāwhiri | Hundred99 Little Heroes | Pūkeko Pictures
  • Lucy | Hundred99 Little Heroes | Pūkeko Pictures
  • Kevar | Hundred99 Little Heroes | Pūkeko Pictures
  • Scarlett | Hundred99 Little Heroes | Pūkeko Pictures
  • Selwyn | Hundred99 Little Heroes | Pūkeko Pictures

 

PART 6

Navigate a selection of family-friendly content to relax the oldest and inspire the youngest. 

Content provided by Urban Screen Productions 

  • Cloudy | FriendsWithYou | Urban Screen Productions 
  • The Garden | Little Red Boat Animation Studio | Urban Screen Productions  
  • Evolve Me | Daniel Chung | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Course of Nature | Lucy Xue | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Leek Soup | Jef Staut | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Fridge Princess | Oxozone Children | Urban Screen Productions  
  • The Baby Birds Of Norman McLaren | MIRAI_MIZUE | Urban Screen Productions  
  • The Cloudmaker | Meaghan Meadows | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Night Safari - UQiYO ウキヨ | kobito inc. | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Lunette | Phoebe Warries | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Every songbird says | nacho rodriguez | Urban Screen Productions 
  • DOGFLIGHT | alexandre arnold | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Ball of Life | Dana Sink | Urban Screen Productions 
  • A Different Perspective | Chris O'Hara | Urban Screen Productions 
  • TIJI “COLOURS” | Nki | Urban Screen Productions 

 

PART 7

Navigate a selection of family-friendly content to relax the oldest and inspire the youngest. 

Content provided by Urban Screen Productions 

  • The Little Ships | Marcie LaCerte | Urban Screen Productions 
  • The Pearl Under Giants’ Furrows | Valeria Degli Agostini | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Fairy Tree (short film teaser) | Mr.Nunez | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Fairy Forest Low Poly Environment | Jorge Lumbaque Rios | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Fairy of Lotus dances ‘Swan Lake’ | masam | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Lil’ Red | cale atkinson | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Leap | Airi Beltran | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Klíčení / Sprite | Martina Mrazova | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Rainbow Round The Moon | Joseph Buchner | Urban Screen Productions 
  • tiny (2004) | Kathi Kaeppel | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Minilogue – Animals | ljudbilden | Urban Screen Productions 
  • What If | Sophia Li | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Flora & The Big seed | Dylan Aurora | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Fairy Hunt | McKenna Harris | Urban Screen Productions 
  • The Tin Maker | Justin Greenly | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Fairy Cake | Nilah Magruder | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Safari | giraffic park | Urban Screen Productions 
  • ANIMAL OF DOUBT | Veronika Samartseva | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Animal / Short Film | Homero Ramírez Tena | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Calligraphy Animals Animated | Steve Kirby | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Animals That Have A Home By The Sea | Brent Sievers | Urban Screen Productions 
  • JUNGLE STYLE | Fremont Charlotte-Chanel | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Hidden Animals | Eduardo Afonso | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Jungle Creatures | Opus Animaties | Urban Screen Productions 
  • StripeTease | Alex Cha | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Birthday | Nick Tustin | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Shave it | 3DAR | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Through the Trees | Nancy Lee-Overton | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Perfect World | Katie Melua, Karni and Saul | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Every Time a Polar Bear Sneezes | Tammy L | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Pine | Short Film, India Crooke | Urban Screen Productions 
  • JUNGLE STYLE | Fremont Charlotte-Chanel | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Jungle Creatures | Opus Animaties | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Shave it | 3DAR | Urban Screen Productions 
  • Through the Trees | Nancy Lee-Overton | Urban Screen Productions 

 

PART 8

Seven-year-old Chinese-Kiwi twins, Maggie and Michael, hang off their grandmother's every word as she tells stories about tornadoes, dragons and monkeys, teaching valuable life lessons and encouraging them embrace their heritage.

Content provided by Mini Monster Productions

  • Chāojí Xióngmāo - Tales of Nai Nai | Becky Kuek & Mukpuddy | Mini Monster Productions
  • Easy Peasy - Tales of Nai Nai | Becky Kuek & Mukpuddy | Mini Monster Productions
  • Seems Dramatic - Tales of Nai Nai | Becky Kuek & Mukpuddy | Mini Monster Productions

 

PART 9

Auckland Live's programme of family shows often takes inspiration from some of the best-loved childrens’ books around. In 2019, we premiered Tu Meke Tūī!, based on the gorgeous picture book by Malcom Clarke and artist Flox. And we wrapped the year with Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes & Dirty Beasts, adapted for the stage by shake & stir theatre co. Check out more of the stories!

Content provided by Auckland Live

  • Revolting Rhymes & Dirty Beasts | Roald Dahl, Suzie Cato | Auckland Live
  • Tu Meke Tūī! | Malcom Clarke, Flox | Auckland Live

 

PART 10

Join New Zealand-made prehistoric creatures Kiri and Lou through their adventures in the forest a long, long time ago. These stories centred around  friendship will encourage and entertain littlies,  while grown-ups will enjoy the  voices of Jemaine Clement and Olivia Tennet.

Content provided by Stretchy Ltd

  • Yum Yum Baronies - Kiri and Lou | Fiona Copland, Harry Sinclair, Antony Elworthy, Don McGlashan, Olivia Tennet, Jemaine Clement | Stretchy Ltd
  • Refreshing - Kiri and Lou | Fiona Copland, Harry Sinclair, Antony Elworthy, Don McGlashan, Olivia Tennet, Jemaine Clement | Stretchy Ltd
  • Super Sticky Situation - Kiri and Lou | Fiona Copland, Harry Sinclair, Antony Elworthy, Don McGlashan, Olivia Tennet, Jemaine Clement | Stretchy Ltd
  • Funny Feeling - Kiri and Lou | Fiona Copland, Harry Sinclair, Antony Elworthy, Don McGlashan, Olivia Tennet, Jemaine Clement | Stretchy Ltd
  • Hide and Seek - Kiri and Lou | Fiona Copland, Harry Sinclair, Antony Elworthy, Don McGlashan, Olivia Tennet, Jemaine Clement | Stretchy Ltd
  • Small - Kiri and Lou | Fiona Copland, Harry Sinclair, Antony Elworthy, Don McGlashan, Olivia Tennet, Jemaine Clement | Stretchy Ltd

 

PART 11

Ready to sing and dance? Join the Kia Mau! team as they perform beautiful waiata and powerful haka.

Content provided by Takatini Productions

  • Nau mau, Haere mai | Takitini Productions
  • Kia ora ra | Takitini Productions
  • Tika tonu / Huakina | Takitini Productions
  • E nga iwi e | Takitini Productions
  • Toro mai tō ringa | Takitini Productions
  • Auē te aroha | Takitini Productions
  • Ko ahau | Takitini Productions
  • Karangatia Ra | Takitini Productions
  • Tenei matou | Takitini Productions
  • Tōia mai and Utaina | Takitini Productions
  • Tōia mai te waka nei | Takitini Productions
  • Te whare e tu nei | Takitini Productions
  • Karanga Aotearoa | Takitini Productions
  • Kua mutu ra | Takitini Productions

Music | Takitaki

PART 8

Listen to some of the best New Zealand musicians as they perform in live sessions recorded at Radio New Zealand.

Content provided by RNZ Music

  • Avantdale Bowling Club – F(r)iends’ | Frank Eliesa, Harry Huavi, Tom Scott | RNZ Music
  • Fingerprints | Geoff Ong | RNZ Music
  • SWIDT – ‘No Emotions in the Wild’ | Amon McGoram, Daniel Latu, SmokeyGotBeatz | RNZ Music
  • Rhythm and Truth | Emily Muli | RNZ Music
  • Abundance | Melodownz, Troy Kingi | RNZ Music
  • Unchained XL – ‘Don’t Say Everybody Be King’ | Hugh Ozumba | RNZ Music
  • High Beams – ‘Sky High’ | Che Fu, Illbaz, Melodownz, Raiza Biza | RNZ Music

 

PART 9

Music and vision connect on different spheres. Stimulate the senses with this selection of music video clips from around the world.

Content provided by Urban Screen Productions

  • Fever The Ghost – SOURCE | Felix Colgrave | Urban Screen Productions
  • Endless | Molistudio | Urban Screen Productions
  • Sweet Nothing | Joe Connor | Urban Screen Productions
  • Change Is Everything | Nathan Johnson | Urban Screen Productions
  • Dream Koala | ODDYSSEY | Urban Screen Productions
  • Wayside | Angela Stempel | Urban Screen Productions
  • The Helio Sequence “Upward Mobility” | Emanuele Kabu | Urban Screen Productions
  • Hachinoko | Jack Featherstone & Simian Mobile Disco | Urban Screen Productions
  • CERULEAN | Jack Featherstone & Simian Mobile Disco | Urban Screen Productions
  • Creation Myth | Angela Stempel | Urban Screen Productions
  • Sleepless | Tessa Chong | Urban Screen Productions
  • On My Way | Akatre | Urban Screen Productions
  • Hours | Frances Haszard | Urban Screen Productions
  • Universal Mind | ONIONSKIN | Urban Screen Productions
  • Not for Nothing | NOFUN | Urban Screen Productions

 

PART 10

Music and vision connect on different spheres. Stimulate the senses with this selection of music video clips from around the world.

Content provided by Urban Screen Productions

  • Love Survive | Parallel Teeth | Urban Screen Productions
  • Milkshake | Es ist Winter | Urban Screen Productions
  • Church Cafe | Sam Bell | Urban Screen Productions
  • Lone Love | Dasha Chukhrova | Urban Screen Productions
  • Weekend Shyboy | Yo Grapes | Urban Screen Productions
  • Toob “Wavaphon” | Mr. Kaplin | Urban Screen Productions
  • Back & Forth | 20syl | Urban Screen Productions
  • Ljósið | Ólafur Arnalds | Urban Screen Productions
  • Roookie | Dot | Urban Screen Productions
  • Ocelot | Emancipator | Urban Screen Productions
  • Carroll - Bad Water | Lila Burns | Urban Screen Productions
  • LA CHICA 'Oasis' | NOAMIR | Urban Screen Productions
  • Shugo Tokumaru / Poker | MIRAI_MIZUE | Urban Screen Productions
  • HE^RT | Starcadian | Urban Screen Productions
  • Angle Boogie | Drew Tyndell | Urban Screen Productions
  • Husky - I’m not coming back | Wayne McCauslin | Urban Screen Productions

 

PART 11

Deepen your understanding of Vivaldi's Four Seasons 'Summer' movement through music and talk with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra.

Content provided by Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

  • Unwrap Vivaldi's Four Seasons - Summer | Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

 

PART 12

Deepen your understanding of Vivaldi's Four Seasons 'Winter' movement through music and talk with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra.

Content provided by Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

  • Unwrap Vivaldi's Four Seasons - Winter | Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

 

PART 13

Music and vision connect on different spheres. Stimulate the senses with this selection of music video clips from around the world.

Content provided by Urban Screen Productions

  • Me And My Drummer - Grown Up Shape | Sinnbus | Urban Screen Productions
  • Starry Night | SHINee ONEW X LEE JINAH, cobb | Urban Screen Productions
  • Eagle Blue | Will Rose | Urban Screen Productions
  • Paper Lights - We’re Alot Like Trees | dreambear | Urban Screen Productions
  • RIVE – Vogue | Julie Joseph | Urban Screen Productions
  • Koloto — Fay | Sabine Volkert | Urban Screen Productions
  • Tom Rosenthal - Fenn | Sarina Nihei | Urban Screen Productions
  • Moon Panda - Rabbit | Andrew Khosravani | Urban Screen Productions
  • Visual Facte II | holke79 | Urban Screen Productions
  • LANDSCAPE WITH A FAIRY | KITCHEN. LABEL | Urban Screen Productions
  • Darlings - I Love you Too | ricardo villavicencio | Urban Screen Productions
  • Eureka Birds – Fastest | dreambear | Urban Screen Productions
  • Tonylight – VIRGO | Piotr Sell | Urban Screen Productions
  • Max Cooper – Organa | Sabine Volkert | Urban Screen Productions
  • Chelou - Damned Eye See | Jesse Collett | Urban Screen Productions
  • Blank | Amin Haghshenas | Urban Screen Productions
  • Asonat - Before it Was | Maga&Seba | Urban Screen Productions
  • pariah - signal loss | Hannes Hummel | Urban Screen Productions
  • Your Gay Thoughts - Spitting Image | King Deluxe | Urban Screen Productions

 

PART 14

Enjoy a taster of what's happening at the raw edge of indie pop and rock from around NZ.

Content provided by Anthony Metcalf

  • Oh My My – Nomad | Mike Kelly, Richard Bell, Tom Lynch, Dave Spark, Brett Wells, Terry Molloy, Phil Wright, Chris Stead, Sam De Jong, Mark Marchand, Kelvin Mallard, Izzy Taylor, Harry Taylor, Sam Alexander, Grayson Mitchell, Josh Wildy, Josh Petermann, Corey Taylor, Lachie Murdoch, Marco McGillivray, Brian Kim, James Alexander, Maddie Mitchell, Neiden Mallard, Ziah Mallard, James Kerr Connor Page | Anthony Metcalf
  • Comfort | Hans Pucket, Ruby Reihana-Wilson, Christopher Stratton, Nahyeon Lee, Hamish Parkinson, Callum Devlin, Hamish Parkinson, The Bub Club | Anthony Metcalf
  • Bicycle Weather | Pickle Darling (Lukas Mayo),  Martin Sagadin, Julian Vares Gaffer, Zac Beckett-Knight, Jessica Todd, Shay Horay, Simeon Hoggan, Brae Toia, Nick Lowry, Ella Waswo, Jenny Burns, Thomas Barrer, Sarena Close, Adam Hattaway, Julia Sharp, Nick Lowry, Christiane Shortal, Ella Waswo, Reeve O’Malley, Katie Blows, Matthew Gunn | Anthony Metcalf
  • Extreme Highs – Mousey | Martin Sagadin, Sarena Close, Sarena Close Cinematography, Martin Sagadin, Bonnie Gosnell, Ella Waswo, Chris Close, Alexander Jones, Cameron Finlay, Charlie Monson, Chris Close, Claire Manson, David Cloughley, Emily Browning, Hannah Carpenter, Issac Bennet, Jordan Van Irsel, Josiah Langan, Marcus Burton, Mariah Mckernan, Mato Kariuki, Sam Lane, Sarena Close, Serena Jo Greenwood, Sophie Deed, Thomas Barrer, Julia Sharp | Anthony Metcalf
  • It’s Been A Rough Year – Carb on Carb | Adrian Harris, Nicole Gaffney, Ash Smith | Anthony Metcalf
  • 2 Flares – Nomad | Sebastian Beyrer, Tom Healy, Blue Hamel, Rob Baker | Anthony Metcalf
  • Count Me In – Being | Suren Unka, Murray Fisher Video, Josh Yong | Anthony Metcalf

 

PART 15

Roots and groove are the mainstays of these much-loved and up-and-coming musical artists. Check them out!

Content provided by Anthony Metcalf

  • What I See – Fathe | Vinnie Carter, Fathe Tesfamariam, Larsen Taylor, Seb Soto, Eli Dobbyn, Kurt Murray, Bob Frisbee | Anthony Metcalf
  • Trickle Down – Fat Freddy’s Drop | Lana Philips | Jeremy Brick
  • War On The Street – Ed Waaka | Ed Waaka Video Production, Fifty Cent Mixture | Anthony Metcalf
  • Pro Bono Techno Zone – Estère | Paascalino Schaller, Estère Dalton, Will Moore, Emma Hopkins, Georgina Tekira, Jahdyst Wereta, Remy Taong, Xodus Purewa, Issabella Candy, Miriam Harvey, Cassy Schaller, Lexi Clare, Kolja Schaller, Sen Thong | Anthony Metcalf
  • Chunky Munky – Yoko Zuna | A March Man Production, Swap Gomez, Monax Sanei, Abe Mora, Monax Sanei, Nelson Tan, Eleven FX, Brooke Tyson, Indiance, Frank Eliesa, Chris Chetland (Kog Studios), The Common Entrepreneurs Playground | Anthony Metcalf
  • Kasodde | Kim Annan, Antonio Bukhar, Faizal Mostrixx | Kimcam
  • Rent – Estere | Alexander Gandar, Billie Ruck, Eoin O'Liddigh, Emma Martin, Olga Gill, Selina Ershadi, Mikee Carpinter, Justin Fels, William Littlejohn | Anthony Metcalf
  • Revolution – Ed Waaka | Matiu Sadd, Olly Harris, Gabriel Muller, Drew Wright, John Bell, Dom Lloyd, Kermath, Julian Dyson, Fifty Cent Mixture Ltd | Anthony Metcalf

 

PART 16

The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra performs the last symphony composed by Robert Schumann – ‘Symphony No.3’ - also known as the Rhenish.

Content provided by Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

  • Schumann - Symphony No.3 ‘Rhenish’ Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

 

PART 17

The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra performs Metamorphosen, a study for 23 solo strings composed by Richard Strauss during the closing months of the Second World War.

Content provided by Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

  • Strauss – Metamorphosen | Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

 

PART 18

The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra performs Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6, also known as the Pastoral Symphony, made famous in the 1940 Disney animated film Fantasia.

Content provided by Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

  • Beethoven - Symphony No.6 'Pastoral' | Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

 

PART 19

The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra performs Sir Edward Elgar's Introduction and Allegro for Strings, initially composed to show off the players' virtuosity.

Content provided by Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

  • Elgar - Introduction & Allegro | Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, Douglas Boyd | Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

 

PART 20

The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra performs Violin Concerto No. 3 by Saint-Saëns, composed in 1880.

Content provided by Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

  • Saint Saens – Violin Concerto No. 3 | Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

 

PART 21

Meet some of the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra’s principal players and discover how they connect with the communities of Tāmaki Makaurau through the orchestra’s APO Connecting Programme.

Content provided by Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

  • APO Connecting 2020 | Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra
  • Meet the APO Principals – Rob Ashworth | Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra
  • Meet the APO Principals – Tak Chun | Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra
  • Meet the APO Principals – Ingrid Bauer | Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra
  • Meet the APO Principals – Steven Logan | Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

 

PART 22

Relive some of the best moments of 2019’s Gala Concert celebrating the remarkable career of soprano Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, and the renaming of the Aotea Centre’s ASB Theatre to the Kiri Te Kanawa Theatre, in her honour.

Content provided by Auckland Live

  • Dame Kiri Te Kanawa | Auckland Live
  • Ipu Laga’aia | A Gala Concert in the Presence of Dame Kiri Te Kanawa| Auckland Live
  • Una Furtiva Iagrima | A Gala Concert in the Presence of Dame Kiri Te Kanawa| Auckland Live
  • Va Pensiero | A Gala Concert in the Presence of Dame Kiri Te Kanawa | Auckland Live
  • La bohème |A Gala Concert in the Presence of Dame Kiri Te Kanawa | Auckland Live
  • Meistersinger | A Gala Concert in the Presence of Dame Kiri Te Kanawa | Auckland Live

 

PART 25

The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra performs George Gershwin’s An American in Paris, a timeless favourite inspired by the composer’s time spent in Paris in the 1920s. 

Content provided by the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

  • Gershwin – An American in Paris | Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

 

PART 26

The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra performs de Falla’s ballet music The Three-Cornered Hat, set in Spain and composed to showcase traditional Spanish dance.

Content provided by the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

  • Falla – Three Cornered Hat Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra

New Generation

PART 6

Students of Auckland’s Media Design School show the way forward with fascinating takes on the real and digital worlds we inhabit.

Content provided by Media Design School

  • As You Command | James Cunningham | Media Design School
  • Little Big Bang | Jack Niederer | Media Design School
  • Kitten Witch | James Cunningham | Media Design School
  • Frank and Stella | Chad Hall | Media Design School
  • Puppy Love | Abby Naih | Media Design School
  • Selene | Patrick Rowe | Media Design School
  • Stuffed | Jeang Jenq Lohi | Media Design School

New Zealand Experience

GO SOUTH - New Zealand's first slow TV programme.

The vast overland route from Auckland to the deep south is a part of New Zealand national identity, an iconic piece of Kiwiana. A journey where city and sprawl gently yields to rolling pastures, volcanic extremes, tranquil waterways, the rough Otago high country and the grandeur of the Southern Alps and Milford Sound. 

Around each bend, hidden stories and amazing views are revealed. It’s hypnotic, addictive and meditative. You can experience this country in a way you might never consider in your real life. 

With no score, no narration, an intentionally immersive soundscape, and beauty shots held far longer than expected, enjoy a selection of this unique screen experience.

Content provided by Greenstone TV | Made with the support of NZ On Air and Prime

  • PART 1: Kāpiti Coast
  • PART 2: Interislander 
  • PART 3: Picton to Coast 
  • PART 4: Waimakariri Gorge 
  • PART 5: Arthurs Pass
  • PART 6: Haast Pass
  • PART 7: Milford Sound 

New Zealand Stories

PART 4

Dive into the past to discover how New Zealanders enjoyed their holidays in years gone by. All archive footage provided by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision.

Content provided by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision

  • Across the Mountain Passes of New Zealand | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • All in a Day. New Zealand Railways ‘Silver Fern’ | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Summer Holidays ‘The Mount’ | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Tourist Pass | New Zealand Railways | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Don’t Leave Town Until You’ve Seen the Country | New Zealand Tourist and Publicity Department | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Rotoiti Interlude | New Zealand Tourist and Publicity Department | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Wild Country: In the Rugged Skippers Gorge | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • South Island | New Zealand Tourist & Publicity Department | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision

 

PART 5

Incorporating the visual beauty and symbolism of poi, a traditional Māori performance, discover the stories of inspiring wahine (women) who share hopes and dreams for their daughters.

Content provided by Through the Fire

  • Kura | Poi 360 | Through the Fire
  • Precious | Poi 360 | Through the Fire
  • Gabrielle | Poi 360 | Through the Fire
  • Tiare | Poi 360 | Through the Fire
  • Piata | Poi 360 | Through the Fire
  • Wikitoria | Poi 360 | Through the Fire
  • Anna | Poi 360 | Through the Fire

 

PART 6

Incorporating the visual beauty and symbolism of poi, a traditional Māori performance, discover the stories of inspiring wahine (women) who share hopes and dreams for their daughters.

Content provided by Through the Fire

  • Peata | Poi 360 | Through the Fire
  • Precious | Poi 360 | Through the Fire
  • Pimia | Poi 360 | Through the Fire

 

PART 7

From tennis champions to dance craze inventors, The Spinoff’s ‘Scratched’ series celebrates Kiwi sporting heroes who never received their dues.

Content provided by The Spinoff | Made with the support of NZ on Air

Scratched: Aotearoa's Lost Sporting Legends

  • The Māori tennis star who made it to Wimbledon | Ruia Morrison, Madeleine Chapman, Ra Pomare, Amber Easby, Duncan Greive, Scotty Stevenson, Alex Twentyman, Madeleine Chapman | The Spinoff
  • The world aerobics champion who created Jump Jam | Brett Fairweather, Lisa Jurakovich, Linda Fairweather, Madeleine Chapman, Ra Pomare, Amber Easby, Duncan Greive, Scotty Stevenson, Alex Twentyman | The Spinoff
  • New Zealand's most successful road runner | Anne Audain, Madeleine Chapman, Ra Pomare, Amber Easby, Duncan Greive, Scotty Stevenson, Alex Twentyman, Madeleine Chapman | The Spinoff

 

PART 8

Discover (or rediscover) key epsiodes of The Spinoff's ‘Kaupapa on the Couch’ series, which looks at issues within te ao Māori that aren’t as well known or understood as they could be.

Content provided by The Spinoff | Made with the support of NZ on Air

Kaupapa on the Couch

  • Māoriland Film Festival: why we need to see ourselves onscreen  | Leonie Hayden (Ngāti Whātua o Kaipara, Ngāti Rango), José Barbosa | The Spinoff
  • The incredible legacy of the Māori showbands | Leonie Hayden (Ngāti Whātua o Kaipara, Ngāti Rango), José Barbosa | The Spinoff
  • HĀKARI: celebrate the Māori way! | Leonie Hayden (Ngāti Whātua o Kaipara, Ngāti Rango), José Barbosa | The Spinoff
  • What does your hair say about you? | Leonie Hayden (Ngāti Whātua o Kaipara, Ngāti Rango), José Barbosa | The Spinoff

 

PART 9

Get to know the 2019 Arts Foundation’s Arts Laureates, artists with outstanding potential for future growth and whose practices have a significant impact on Aotearoa.

Content provided by Arts Foundation

  • Ruth Paul | 2019 Arts Foundation Laureate receiving the Mallinson Rendel Illustrators Award | Arts Foundation
  • Louise Potiki Bryant | 2019 Arts Foundation Laureate receiving the award for choreography & dance | Arts Foundation
  • Kris Sowersby | 2019 Arts Foundation Laureate receiving the award for design & typography | Arts Foundation
  • Solomon Mortimer | 2019 Arts Foundation Laureate receiving the Marti Friedlander Photographic Award | Arts Foundation
  • val smith | 2019 Arts Foundation Laureate receiving the award for performing arts | Arts Foundation
  • Pietra Brettkelly | 2019 Arts Foundation Laureate receiving the Dame Gaylene Preston Award for Documentary Film Makers | Arts Foundation
  • Laurence Fearnley | 2019 Arts Foundation Laureate receiving the award for literature | Arts Foundation
  • Yvonne Todd | 2019 Arts Foundation Laureate receiving the Theresa Gattung Award for Female Arts Practitioners | Arts Foundation
  • Sima Urale | 2019 Arts Foundation Laureate receiving the Burr/Tatham Trust Award | Arts Foundation
  • Jessica Hansell aka Coco Solid | 2019 Arts Foundation Laureate receiving the award for mixed media | Arts Foundation

 

PART 10

A Kiwi Christmas is special in so many ways. Archive footage provided by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision highlight some of our unique and long-standing traditions.

Content provided by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision 

  • Farmers’ Santa Parade | Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Kodak NZ Annual Picnic | Tītahi Bay | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Christmas Day | Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Beach Scenery | Mauao Mount Maunganui | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • A&P Show | Māwherea | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Swimming Carnival | Runanga | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Swimming Pool | Whanganui | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Diving for Pennies | Whakarewarewa | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Swimming at the Beach | Ōpunake | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision

 

PART 11

Language and traditions are elements that define who we are. Follow the stories of a group of New Zealanders and Cook Islanders embracing cultural heritages to help them flourish.

Content provided by Loading Docs

  • Soldiers Rd | Julia Parnell, Anna Jackson, Juliette Veber, Chris Connolly | Loading Docs
  • He Kakano Ahau | Julia Parnell, Anna Jackson, Juliette Veber, Chris Connolly | Loading Docs
  • He Hekenga Tuhura | Julia Parnell, Anna Jackson, Juliette Veber, Chris Connolly | Loading Docs
  • John the Baptist | Julia Parnell, Anna Jackson, Juliette Veber, Chris Connolly | Loading Docs
  • Aka’ou Tatatau | Julia Parnell, Anna Jackson, Juliette Veber, Chris Connolly | Loading Docs
  • The Crossroads | Julia Parnell, Anna Jackson, Juliette Veber, Chris Connolly | Loading Docs

 

PART 12

Discover stories from New Zealand’s Rainbow communities, and the unique mix of cultures, sexualities and gender identities in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Content provided by Loading Docs

  • Queer Selfies | Julia Parnell, Anna Jackson, Juliette Veber, Chris Connolly | Loading Docs
  • Same but Different | Julia Parnell, Anna Jackson, Juliette Veber, Chris Connolly | Loading Docs
  • He Kakano Ahau | Julia Parnell, Anna Jackson, Juliette Veber, Chris Connolly | Loading Docs

 

PART 13

The environment of Aotearoa is unique to this country. Discover stories of New Zealanders caring for our precious natural elements and indigenous taonga.

Content provided by Loading Docs

  • What Logan Did | Julia Parnell, Anna Jackson, Juliette Veber, Chris Connolly | Loading Docs
  • Karearea | Julia Parnell, Anna Jackson, Juliette Veber, Chris Connolly | Loading Docs
  • Ajax the kea conservation dog | Julia Parnell, Anna Jackson, Juliette Veber, Chris Connolly | Loading Docs

 

PART 14

Meet young Kiwis as they discuss the impacts of colonisation on Aotearoa and modern race relations, and how they are decolonising themselves.

Content provided by Re:News

  • REO | Rediscovering Aotearoa | Re: News 
  • WHANAU | Rediscovering Aotearoa | Re: News
  • Hauora | Health | Rediscovering Aotearoa | Re: News 

 

PART 15

Discover the stories behind the names of some of Aotearoa New Zealand’s places in the Tiki Towns series.

Content provided by Te Amokura Productions

  • Aotearoa | Te Amokura Productions, SKY GO & Nickelodeon | Te Amokura Productions
  • Waitangi | Te Amokura Productions, SKY GO & Nickelodeon | Te Amokura Productions
  • Ahipara | Te Amokura Productions, SKY GO & Nickelodeon | Te Amokura Productions                  
  • Whangārei | Te Amokura Productions, SKY GO & Nickelodeon | Te Amokura Productions      
  • Taranaki | Te Amokura Productions, SKY GO & Nickelodeon | Te Amokura Productions
  • Aoraki | Te Amokura Productions, SKY GO & Nickelodeon | Te Amokura Productions                     
  • Taupō | Te Amokura Productions, SKY GO & Nickelodeon | Te Amokura Productions               
  • Rotorua | Te Amokura Productions, SKY GO & Nickelodeon | Te Amokura Productions
  • Tauranga | Te Amokura Productions, SKY GO & Nickelodeon | Te Amokura Productions

 

PART 18

Play Again? is a visual tribute to classic video games and the artists inspired by them. Taking the viewer from the arcade game graphics and giant supercomputers of Mi-Sex’s 1979 hit ‘Computer Games’,  to familiar characters from the 80’s and 90’s home gaming revolution, to the first decade of the noughties, when the new millennium’s creators, raised on old school video games, began referencing them in new works. All materials are drawn from the archives of Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, New Zealand’s audiovisual archive.

Content provided by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision

  • Mi-sex – Computer Games | Sony Music Entertainment | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Space Patrol - non playable demo | Harvey Kong Tin | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Che Fu – Misty Frequencies | Sony Music Entertainment | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Force Two Computer Games – Spider’s Web | Reynolds Film & Television and Fountain Marketing Ltd. | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • SEGA Mega Drive - Sonic Spinball/Roadrunner/Krustys Super Funhouse | SEGA | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Computer Graphics By Harvey Kong Tin – Laser Hawk Title Screen & Demo | Harvey Kong Tin | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • North Shore Pony Club -Computer Games | North Shore Pony Club | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Tokinara Courtesy | Hye Rim Lee | Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision

Visual Art | Kōpuratanga

PART 9

Pixels, glitches, colours and sound are choregraphed together to reveal different views of our world. Dive into an international selection of video art from French-based festival, Videoformes. 

Content provided by Videoformes

  • Loving | Regina HÜBNER | Videoformes
  • Days after Days | Agnès GAUILLAUME | Videoformes
  • Navier-Stokes or the beauty of the crests | Hugo ARCIER | Videoformes
  • I am walking | Regina HÜBNER | Videoformes
  • Purple Sea | Isabelle ARVERS | Videoformes

PART 10

Pixels, glitches, colours and sound are choregraphed together to reveal different views of our world. Dive into an international selection of video art from French-based festival, Videoformes. 

Content provided by Videoformes

  • Xylo | Malo LACROIX | Videoformes
  • Orogenesis | Boris LABBE | Videoformes
  • Instead, I can even laugh | Regina HÜBNER | Videoformes
  • From the train | Edouard TAUFENBACH | Videoformes
  • Save my heart | Jacques PERCONTE | Videoformes

 

PART 11

Sometimes just touching the earth is enough | A film by Sarah Smuts-Kennedy

Commissioned for Artweek 2019.

This portrait of a landscape shot over the month of September is of Auckland’s inner-city urban farm OMG - Organic Market Garden located at 257 Symonds Street.

In the first 6 months of 2019 the For the Love of Bees community sequestered over 10 tonnes of carbon via photosynthesis and composting on this 700 square meter site. In less than a year this site is producing enough nutrient dense food to sell to its local community to support the living wage of their farmer.

This is Smuts-Kennedy’s second portrait of a garden, the first being “Beautiful Geometries” shot while artist in residence at McCahon House, Titirangi  2017.

These two films explore the limitations of the camera lens to journey into space between the fragile planes of representation and abstraction and the complicated and mysterious boundary where light shifts from the metaphysical to inhabit the material world we experience as real.

Slowly moving in and out of focus over an hour Sometimes just touching the earth is enough invites the viewer to pause, slow down and allow the colour-fields of light to wash over them. It is Smuts-Kennedy’s hope that watching this film might leave the viewer feeling restored in a way that being close to nature can.

Screened in various locations across the city during Artweek this film begins to bring nature back into the heart of the CBD, our place which we will rewild together in the coming years as we begin our journey towards mitigating climate change and creating biodiversity well being.

 

PART 12

Principle of Hope | A 25 minute animation by Sarah Smuts-Kennedy

Time is simultaneously slowed down and speed up in Principle of Hope, an animated film about the miracle of life, the power of water, and the influence of light.

The creation story plays out in macro though the propagation of Chia seed, a rediscovered Aztec super food traded as currency and banned by the colonising Spanish, in a microclimate where the artist plays god.

Principle of Hope, follows the utopian impulse of picturing a better world using the aesthetic strategy of modelling possible ‘what if’ scenarios, in this case the cause and effect implications current global economic policy of growth has on resource use and demand.

Invisible forces, made visible play out on the vulnerable that against all odds attempt to survive unpredictable circumstances through the ecosystems greatest energy generator, photosynthesis.

 

PART 13

Beautiful Geometries | A 3600 second film by Sarah Smuts-Kennedy

In 1976 American Abstract Painter Agnes Martin made a one off 70 minute hand held 16mm film called Gabriel centered around a ten ¬year¬ old boy as he wonders through the mesa near where Martin lived to the sound track of Bach’s Goldberg aria.

Gabriel Martin claimed was “about happiness and innocence” and investigated the same themes as her body of work, which was singularly obsessed with line on the canvas.

Having never been lucky enough to see the film Smuts-Kennedy has been left to imagine it from the few still images she has been able to find. Between the compositions of colour, rhythm, repetition, in her paintings and these few photographic observations of nature she is left to find her own insights into the connections between the language of geometric abstraction, the inspirations Martin so readily talked about and the world as we mostly readily encounter it.

Beautiful Geometries - is a hand held digital film shot in Colin McCahon’s Garden where Smuts-Kennedy spent 3 months in Residence in 2016 performing a healing for the Kauri trees using the November Light Colin McCahon referred to as a Miracle in the first year he lived there.

 It re-imagines Gabriel as a means to explore and learn more about what Martin the abstract painter meant when she said she worked “with her back to the world”.

Beautiful Geometries - uses the limitations of the camera lens to journey into space between the fragile planes of representation and abstraction and the complicated and mysterious boundary where light shifts from the metaphysical to inhabit the material world we experience as REAL.

 

PART 14

Dive into the pattern world of New Zealand VJs  

Content provided by The Wanderer Productions 

  • Urban Screen Remix 4 | Mike Bridgmen, Puck.NZ, Morgan Barnard, Naomi Lamb | The Wanderer Productions 

 

PART 15

Discover an unusual clock, home to a character trying to control it. Reading the time becomes impossible, mirroring real life and our constant race against time. 

Content provided by Vincent Broquaire

  • Clock Work | Vincent Broquaire 

 

PART 16

Mai i te kei o te waka ki te ihu o te waka (From the bottom of the canoe to the front of the canoe) | Jeremy Leatinu’u 

In Mai i te kei o te waka ki te ihu o te waka, Jeremy Leatinuu addresses the journey of the waka Tainui and its people from Polynesia to Aotearoa (New Zealand).  

‘…this work raises questions of narration and translation by recounting two interconnected stories in a voiceover performed by the artist with quiet intensity. The first is in te reo Māori, subtitled in English, while the second is in English, subtitled in te reo Māori. Both tell of trajectories of migration and settlement that pre-date the arrival of Europeans in Aotearoa (New Zealand), of crossing sea and land in search of a different future, carrying the accumulated practices of the past to new horizons’   - Truth or Consequences, Erika Balsom. 

 

PART 25

Venezuelan-French maestro Carlos Cruz-Diez’s monumental light and colour projection show is visible every night on the Aotea Centre Wrap. Discover more about his work with colour and perception with these documentaries.

Content provided by Cruz-Diez Art Foundation

  • Carlos Cruz-Diez. What is a Chromointerference? | Laurence Serfaty,Francisco Brzovic, Sylvain Cappelletto, Adriana Cruz, Beatriz Ciliberto | Cruz-Diez Art Foundation, 2018
  • Carlos Cruz-Diez: Life in Color, Color of Life | Laurence Serfaty, Charlotte Arene,Fausto Aleman, Francisco Brzovic and Fausto Aleman, 2017 | Cruz-Diez Art Foundation, 2017
  • Carlos Cruz-Diez: The Path of Color | Laurence Serfaty, Joel Bracho Ghersi, Fausto Aleman, Charlotte Arene | Cruz-Diez Art Foundation, 2017

World Stories

PART 13

Women in the workforce influence industry cultures, infrastructure, and more. Discover women from different countries and professions sharing their views on hierarchies and teamwork, and what makes them leaders and pacemakers of society.

Content provided by Auckland Live and Goethe-Institut

  • International Women’s Day | Auckland Live
  • Tomomi Nishimoto | Leading Women, Prounenweb | Goethe-Institut
  • Elizabeth Diller | Leading Women, Prounenweb | Goethe-Institut
  • Rosa Maria Esteva | Leading Women, Prounenweb | Goethe-Institut
  • Mette Lykke | Leading Women, Prounenweb | Goethe-Institut
  • Ayesha Khanna | Leading Women, Prounenweb | Goethe-Institut

 

PART 14

Women in the workforce influence industry cultures, infrastructure, and more. Discover women from different countries and professions sharing their views on hierarchies and teamwork, and what makes them leaders and pacemakers of society.

Content provided by Goethe-Institut

  • Angelika Eggert | Leading Women, Prounenweb | Goethe-Institut
  • Kira Radinsky | Leading Women, Prounenweb | Goethe-Institut
  • Hege Schøyen Dillner | Leading Women, Prounenweb | Goethe-Institut
  • Clara Gaymard | Leading Women, Prounenweb | Goethe-Institut
  • Sigrid Nikutta | Leading Women, Prounenweb | Goethe-Institut

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