Jamie Berry

"Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki, Rongowhakaata, Ngāti Porou, Ngā Puhi, Aunty Jamie is a Multidisciplinary Artist who creates large scale multimedia artworks that explore indigenous histories while reflecting on identity and whakapapa. Originally from Tūranganui-a-kiwa Gisborne and based in Pōneke Wellington, Jamie draws inspiration from both locations. Jamie’s work engages indigenous issues close to home and on a global scale making connections between past, present, and future, Jamie creates narratives through DNA based soundscape, moving image, and installation. Jamie is also a founding and active member of 7558 Collective." - Artist Statement

Instagram: @JamieBerrySweet @7558collective

CIRCUIT Resources

Interview with Israel Randell (2020)

CIRCUIT Projects

The Sound of Seeing (2020)
Masons Screen (2019)

Selected Exhibitions

2020
The Sound of Seeing, CIRCUIT / The Pyramid Club, Wellington
Whitu Matariki, Masterworks, Auckland (in collaboration with Stevie Houkamou)

2019
Tūrama Festival, (with 7558 Collective) Auckland
Māori Moving Image, (with 7558 Collective) Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt / Christchurch Art Gallery
Here: Kupe to Cook (with 7558 Collective) Pātaka Art + Museum, Porirua
Tākari, (with 7558 Collective) Maritime Museum, Auckland
Puhoro ō mua, Puhoro ki tua, Waikato Museum, Hamilton
Masons Screen, Wellington

2018
He Timatonga Hou, (with Pikihuia Haenga) Toi Māori Aotearoa, Wellington
Women’s Suffrage 125th Anniversary, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington
Puanga Kai Rau Art Te Kāhui a Mataariki, Māoriland Film Festival, Otaki
Dusky Maiden remix, Pop up gallery, Brooklyn, New York
Mana Wāhine, Fresh Gallery, Auckland / Tairāwhiti Museum, Gisborne

2017
Hine Pae Kura, Pataka Art + Museum, Porirua
Strength in Visions, No Vacancy Gallery, Fringe Fest, Melbourne
When can I see you again?, Fresh Gallery, Auckland

2016
Signs, Symbols and Dreams, 17 Tory st Gallery, Wellington
Wāhine, Paul Nache Gallery, Gisborne
Yours to tell, RM Gallery, Auckland