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Te Rimu Tahi at dusk

Event / 17 September 2016

A short performance during the transition of day into evening, with contributions from local writers and singers. 

Susanna Collinson is a masters student in the department of writing studies at the University of Auckland, with an ongoing interest in the body, photography, affect theory, writing, and public pedagogies and the development of publishing and craft projects.

Mohamed Hassan is a journalist, poet, and a co-founder of the Waxed Poetic Revival. He is the 2015 NZ National Poetry Slam Champion, a two-time TEDx speaker and a member of the South Auckland Poets Collective. This year, he released his first collection of poetry 'A Felling Of Things'.

Balamohan Shingade is a curator, writer and musician and is a Masters graduate of Elam School of Fine Arts. Born in Hyderabad, India, Balamohan co-ordinates Indian classical music concerts and performs as a singer locally. Shingade’s improvised performance will explore the late evening raga Yaman Kalyan.