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AUCKLAND, Thursday: Outdoor guns QMS & Go Media, with Spark & MediaWorks, have partnered arts collective Shared Lines to showcase art from over 60 artists on the national digital billboard network.

Shared Lines: Pūtahitanga – Using Art to Build Resilient Communities QMS NZ 

will amplify the Shared Lines Collective’s 35-metre long ‘river’ of artwork currently on display in Spark’s Christchurch office.

The work will ‘tour’ nationwide across QMS’s large format digital billboards in Timaru, Christchurch, Wellington, Palmerston North, New Plymouth, Rotorua, Tauranga and Auckland.


“We believe our large-format digital billboards can be used for the beautification of city landscapes.”

MediaWorks outdoor media director Mike Porter said: “Shared Lines vision to establish a collective of artists and art producers that aim to promote artistic exchange between cities and use art to build resilient cities, especially as we come to grips with Covid 19 really resonates with QMS.

“As well as connecting advertisers to their customers, we believe that our large-format digital billboards can be used for the beautification of city landscapes and to communicate a broad range of content with communities.

“Supporting the SCL artists who contributed to the Pūtahitanga exhibition and displaying their stunning craft across New Zealand is a perfect way to demonstrate this.”


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