14 March - 9 August 2009 | MEDIA RELEASE | REUBEN ON TV
An exploration of artworks made by Māori artists who utilise plastic and other synthetic materials. What happens when man-made products replace the customary organic materials used in Māori art? The artists in this exhibition transcend notions of 'tradition' to invest their art with renewed meaning for a changing urban and global environment.
Curated by Reuben Friend, the 2008-09 Blumhardt Foundation/Creative New Zealand Curatorial Intern.
On the weekend of 18-19 April, join in the fun with Inez Crawford's Bouncy Marae, which will be open to experience in our courtyard.
Reuben writes about the show.
Adrienne Rewi reviews Plastic Maori.
Join in via Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Blog
Sign up for our newsletter and get fresh events and exhibitions delivered to your inbox every month!
© Hutt City Council 2010 | The Dowse Art Museum | 45 Laings Road, Lower Hutt, New Zealand | T +64 (04) 570 6500 | E firstname.lastname@example.org