Jasmine Te Hira (Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi, Atiu, England) is an installation-based and experience-focused practitioner currently working around the boundaries of object, video, atmosphere and constructed space.
A necklace pendant made of ice melts slowly on a chest.
This body of work seeks to address the tension that sits ‘within’ and ‘between’ the documentation of sacred spaces.
An ice bracelet melts while it is worn.
Looking for Life in a Sea of Loss
For CIRCUIT's 2017/18 Summer Reading Series, Tara Judah writes on two works by Jasmine Te Hira, Lost Content (2013), and The Beauty of Invisible Grief (2016).
10 Works from NZ Female Artists You Might Have Missed
A collection of ten works by women from CIRCUIT's catalogue.
The Past Sure Is Tense
A programme of video work that explores how digital technologies have shaped our sense of self.