StreetArtDego

Micro-festival of Food, Music & Art

StreetArtDego is a festival of art and food taking place during Heart of the City’s Late Night Art event on Tuesday 9 October from 5 - 9pm.

In its third year - five street food vendors come together with five artists to collaborate on a programme of free public art and performance matched to street food (available for purchase on the night) creating a unique menu and art experience for one night only in Te Hā o Hine​, (Khartoum Place). 

StreetArtDego Pairings 

Judge Bao // Ngahuia Harrison
From the Land and Sea
Inspired by a taste of kai moana, Judge Bao will play homage to the use of steam of cooking in both Maori hangi and Chinese steaming techniques. There will be indigenous Maori ingredients layered into their already imaginative bao creations - pohutukawa smoked mussels, agria, horopito fish cake and crispy seaweed.

The Pie Piper // Last Tapes Theatre Company 'Valerie'
Details to come...

Wiseboys // Hanna Shim
Headless/Heartless
Flying without wings — Fried ‘chicken’ on a bed of creamy slaw, topped with pickles and spicy chipotle all on a toasted bun. 

The Rolling Pin // La Lumiere
Enlightenment
The Rolling Pin will serve a series of 'food illusions' in response to the light art. 'Caviar' (sweet soya caviar) appear as tiny light bulbs to garnish the dumplings plus a manuka smoked chilli tuile cascading across the dumplings like the curtain of light falling down the water feature at Te Ha O Hine.

Lowbrow. // Angus Muir Design
Distort
Lowbrow's infamous fried chicken is re-invigorated in response to Angus Muir's diffused, pixelated light box installations. The light art will include bitmaps of chicken, abstracted by zooming and blurring the imagery.

More details on the lineup and schedule to come.

Funded by Heart of the City and delivered in partnership with Gather & Hunt.

*Dishes subject to change based on availability.

Find out more about Late Night Art

 

Contact details

Address:
Te Hā o Hine, Khartoum Place
Auckland
Date:
LATE NIGHT ART Tuesday 9 October, 5 - 9pm
Ticket:
FREE ENTRY, dishes priced individually

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