Matthew Galloway | The Freedom of the Migrant

Opening Saturday April 21

Dunedin Public Art Gallery 

Matthew Galloway has an art practice that uses the tools and methodologies of design as a way to investigate social and political issues. Through new sculptural works and printed ephemera The Freedom of the Migrant takes its starting point from an article published in the New Zealand Herald on 26.03.16 detailing a hypothetical scenario presented by Sir John Key after returning from a meeting of the International Democratic Union (of which Key was then Chairperson). In his new body of work, Galloway explores the complex narratives set up by this statement by Key that positions the terrorist, the refugee, the investor and the politician in relation to one another.

Artist talk: Saturday April 21, 11.00am

Wellington Media Collective representatives Chris McBride and Philip Kelly, and artist Matthew Galloway will celebrate the first public day of their respective exhibitions with an artist-led talk in the galleries. NOT NEUTRAL: Selected works from The Wellington Media Collective Archive 1978-1998, and Matthew Galloway: The Freedom of the Migrant .

Image courtesy of Dunedin Public Art Gallery

Date/Time
Date(s) - 21/04/2018 - 12/08/2018
All Day