Performance. A Short Run: Pumice

As part of the exhibition A Short Run: A Selection of New Zealand Lathe-Cut Records, a series of gigs and events featuring leading artists in New Zealand’s rich underground music scene will take place in the gallery from March to May 2021.

On 26 March we will be hosting Pumice (Auckland).


Pumice shows the world over are much the same; 10 to 100 people, bars, record shops, galleries, houses, and once in a blue moon something swanky like a theatre or a car park. Pumice is the Tāmaki Makaurau duo of sonic travellers, the mind-meld of Stefan Neville and Jade Farley. Stefan has been a prolific producer of lathe cut records, mostly appearing on his own Stabbies Etc. record label.


A Short Run: A Selection of New Zealand Lathe-Cut Records – curated by Luke Wood, Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design at the Ilam School of Fine Arts – explores the intersection between music and design in the radical margins of New Zealand culture.


A Short Run is developed and toured by Objectspace and The Dowse Art Museum.