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==Tumeke Cycle Space==
==Tumeke Cycle Space==
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This group has shared the building with Tangle Ball since opening in 2010, they assist people who wish to mend and maintain their cycles, loan tools and equipment and do lots of good work advocating for cycling in Auckland. See [their website http://tumekecyclespace.org.nz] for more information
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This group has shared the building with Tangle Ball since opening in 2010, they assist people who wish to mend and maintain their cycles, loan tools and equipment and do lots of good work advocating for cycling in Auckland. See [their website|http://tumekecyclespace.org.nz] for more information

Revision as of 12:31, 4 May 2014

This page shows a selection of some of the projects we have worked on at Tangle Ball. It does not aim to cover everything we have done, it does aim to show a wide variety: artistic, technical, electronics, woodwork, audio, sculpture, metalwork, and many others.


Under construction. This page is being populated as of May 2014.

Contents

Melissa's Boat

Melissa used Tangle Ball for two months in early 2013 to construct a wooden dory, as part of an artwork protesting against government treatment and demonisation of refugees.

Thomas' Car

Thomas brought a 20 year-old Peugeot 205 to Tangle Ball, prepared the surface, and them invited Tangle Ball members and anyone else who wished to, to add their artistic ideas to the body work. The result included satirical comment on the NSA's mass data interception, Piet Mondrian-inspired pieces, and a variety of other designs.

Brewing

This is an ongoing project at Tangle Ball - numerous members, including Wayne, Robin, Cheng and others have experimented with brewing and distilling a variety of beers, spirits and wines.

Tumeke Cycle Space

This group has shared the building with Tangle Ball since opening in 2010, they assist people who wish to mend and maintain their cycles, loan tools and equipment and do lots of good work advocating for cycling in Auckland. See [their website|http://tumekecyclespace.org.nz] for more information

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