Tim Wagg  (b. 1991, New Zealand) is an artist currently based in Auckland. He graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) from the University of Auckland’s Elam School of Fine Arts in 2013 and was a McCahon House Resident in 2019. Working across various mediums including video, installation, and digital printing, Wagg’s work explores the intersections of politics, identity and technology within the context of New Zealand. More specifically, his work considers the tangibility and intangibility of archives and histories, examining the visual languages surrounding moments of political upheaval or change.

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Press:
2018    Shock of the new - Anthony Byrt
2017    AFTER ENDS, OR, A FUNERAL FOR THE WRONG CORPSE - Tendai John Mutambu
2017    Tim Wagg's False Paths - Hamish Win
2016   Two Perspectives on 'New Perspectives' - Francis McWhannell and Lana Lopesi
2015    Get your dead incinerated crumbs of corpse out of my hair! - Evangeline Graham
2014    
I Would Rather Be the Worst at Something Than the Best: Athleticism and Masculinity in Contemporary New Zealand Art - Victoria Wynne-Jones

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