Ana Iti (Te Rarawa) is an artist based in Te-Whanganui-a-Tara. Often employing sculpture, video and text, the artist’s recent work explores the practice of history making through shared and personal narratives, attempting to open up space for more subjective experiences and feeling.
Howling out at a distance reworks two 19th century editions of the Māori language newspaper Te Pīpīwharauroa to build an experimental narrative which explores ideas around language and understanding.
A text-based video work that reflects on the intangible possibilities of what happens to the spirit after death.
A response to two permanent exhibitions at the Canterbury Museum.