March 9-15: Including Big Data – Changing Place

By Fiona Rae In Radio Week

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28th February, 2013
SUNDAY MARCH 10 Spectrum (RNZ National, 12.15pm). David Steemson looks at an art project that involves 3000 Auckland schoolchildren. Tiffany Singh’s installation Fly Me Up to Where You Are, commissioned for the Auckland Arts Festival, features thousands of Tibetan-style prayer flags fluttering over Aotea Square, each printed or painted with representations of the children’s hopes and dreams. (Mark Amery discusses contemporary art, including Fly Me Up to Where You Are, ...

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