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NEXT AT NONE: Ephemeral Waste - Alessandra Banal, Hana Aoake and Holly Paynter

Ephemeral Waste

Alessandra Banal, Hana Aoake and Holly Paynter

(7th-13th of September, 12pm-4pm)

Opening reception 6pm Friday 6th of September

Next at None: James Bellaney - P O U R on Stafford St

Incorporating paint and space James Bellaney is creating a show in response to None Gallery.

A Drawing Show, at n o n e

New drawing oriented works by Dunedin based artists: Ali Bramwell, Angela Lyon, Charlotte Parallel, Richard Scowen, Sharon Singer

Preview from 5.30pm Friday 19th July at Nonegallery, 24 Stafford st, Dunedin. Viewing hours 1pm -5pm daily Saturday 20th through Friday 26th July.

Ali Bramwell

title: Attachment drawing: found knots and breakages

Hung - Third Year Electronic Arts and Photography Student Exhibtion

Works by Third Year Electronic Arts and Photography students at Dunedin School of Art at Otago Polytechnic.

Matt Brown
Stacey Butler
Tristan Gieler
Veronica Gonzalez
Sandra Kass
Cody Knox
Danielle van der Linde
Chris Matthews
Jackie Milford
Joe Papps
Emma Washington

Opens June 14
Until June 21st

This week at NONE: Tim Player - II, IV & 6

Tim Player - II, IV & 6

A video installation by Tim Player.

Opening Friday, April 26 5pm - 7pm.
Viewing times are from midday till 4pm until May 3.

Zac Keiller at None, April 12.

Zac Keiller is an Australian musician discovering new and unique sonic textures from one of the most overused and unimaginatively approached instruments in Western music: The guitar. The majority of his previous releases saw him working with ambient textures or electroacoustic improvisation. More recent efforts have seen him limiting the use of pedals, attempting to find a kind of transcendence through stark purity of tone.

Zac will be supported by Tom McCone and The Ladder is Part of the Pit.

Friday, April 12, 9PM.

Zac Keiller at None, April 12.

Zac Keiller is an Australian musician discovering new and unique sonic textures from one of the most overused and unimaginatively approached instruments in Western music: The guitar. The majority of his previous releases saw him working with ambient textures or electroacoustic improvisation. More recent efforts have seen him limiting the use of pedals, attempting to find a kind of transcendence through stark purity of tone.

Zac will be supported by Tom McCone and The Ladder is Part of the Pit.

Friday, April 12, 9PM.

Nymphets 2013 Collection - Underwater Apocalypse Adventure Vacation

Glue Presents: Nymphets 2013 Collection as part of iD Fashion Week. None Gallery will host this mix of messy mediums, its dark gallery playing backdrop to film, sound, performance and of course fashion. Nymphets is a Auckland based fashion house which celebrates the pop apocalypse androgynous princess in all of us.

Come join us for a vacation of the mind in this instillation exploration of street couture, and get those pearly high heels of yours a little bit dirty.

The Nymphets 'Underwater Apocalypse Weekend ESC' is in collaboration with Turbertechno Video and $noregazZzm,

The near future of NONE:

Friday, February 15, 8PM.

School Girl Report (AUS) with LSD Fundraiser and Grvdggr + screening of the documentary 'Blonde Fog'.

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