Emily Parr (Ngāi Te Rangi, Moana, Pākehā) is an artist living in Tāmaki Makaurau, Aotearoa (Auckland, New Zealand). Her moving-image practice weaves through time and space, exploring systems of relation emerging from Te Moananui-a-Kiwa.
A visual diary of experiences and whakaaro, captured during the 2021 Covid-19 rāhui in Tāmaki Makaurau.
A video revisiting camping trips made by the artist's family to a small bay on the Mahurangi Peninsula during the early 1900s.
A visual diary of experiences and whakaaro, captured during Matariki.
This side or that side, or almost. Standing by
This side or that side, or almost. Standing by is an online exhibition of three video works by Richard Orjis, Emily Parr, and Janaína Moraes, accompanied by an essay by Alys Longley.
A Conversation with Arielle Walker and Emily Parr
Parr and Walker explore the history of settler and Indigenous relations in Aoteroa and expand the metaphor of whatu (weaving)—through relationships, time, whenua, objects, and images.