The work of Stevei Houkāmau at The Suter Art Gallery
The work of Stevei Houkāmau explores both metaphorical and literal connections between people, Uku (clay) and Pāpātuanuku (Mother Earth). The carved surface designs of her work are drawn from the practices of tā moko and tātau, and Ira Tangata Ira Atua includes amphora, vessel forms, whakapapa chains, instruments used to create moko (inspired by Hawaiian uhi), pōtaka, and a moving image and soundscape.
On view now.
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