Robert George is of Ngāti Kuki Airani (The Cook Islands) and of Ngāti Kea Ngāti Tuara (New Zealand Māori) heritage.
His work in the gallery is often distinguished by his use of multiple screens. The five channel installation Horohoro (2018) was described as "...typified by his love of surrealist cinema, the materiality of film and a constant exploration of the human condition."—Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery.
The concepts of ‘cinema time’ and ‘dream time’ become potential devices to think through time from an indigenous perspective.
An attempt to capture the landscape of our human interior mind.