Te Wā Tōiri: Fluid Horizons


exhibition Details

Artist Maureen Lander proposed the Māori title of this exhibition, which includes an installation by Ioane Ioane, wall sculptures by Niki Hastings-McFall and Lander's own weavings. Wā refers to space and time while Tōiri is used in this context to mean to reverberate and tingle. A sense of continual movement pervades all the works and transports viewers through symbolic meanings, memory and place.

Part of the New Zealand Art: Insights and Connections series of exhibitions drawn from our collection

Curated by
Ron Brownson
Ground level
Free entry

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