This multidisciplinary moana nui collective of women create immersive installations using audio and visual projections. Their work has been exhibited internationally and across Aotearoa. They are interested in exploring indigenous histories and the strength of whakapapa or genealogical structures, highlighting the importance of intangible connections between people and the earth. The collective are Jamie Berry, Pikihuia Haenga, Te Kahureremoa Taumata and Leala Faleseuga.—Artist Statement
A reflection on Captain Cook's arrival on the east coast of Aotearoa and the traumatic events that occurred there.
Māori and Pasifika women who have come from the legacy of Mana Wāhine, and who have been affected by colonisation, inequalities, yet have endured.