'Who can think, what can think' is an exhibition that challenges definitions of ‘intelligence’ in relation to human and non-human cognition by embracing understandings of biodiversity and neurodiversity.

This exhibition groups a range of artworks that help to address the troubling history of categorising intelligence and to question how these issues influence us today.

When: Exhibition runs from 18 February to 7 May

  • Audio described tour -  10.30am, Saturday 11 March
  • New Zealand Sign Language exhibition tour - 10.30am, Saturday 1 April

Where: 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga, Auckland

There are a number of accessibility resources available at the gallery including:

  • Audio descriptions
  • Braille
  • Communication badges
  • Dyslexia friendly format
  • Ear defenders
  • Easy Read
  • Gallery map
  • Large print
  • NZSL interpretation
  • Reading aids
  • Screen reader friendly text

For more information see the Te Tuhi website.