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9° & CLOUDY ON SUNDAY 19 AUGUST IN AUCKLAND
By Sarah Murphy
June 28, 2017
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Uwha: I Became My Own Muse

Indigenous gender politics, loss, relationships and tribal identity.
By Sarah Murphy
June 28, 2017
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Indigenous gender politics, loss, relationships, tribal identity and transformation are explored in Tipare's multimedia show as part of the Matariki Festival.

A writer, music artist, director, multi-media visual curator, activist, photographer, Paul Casserly once wrote that Tipare's world is full of music, hip hop, culture and politics, check out her latest exhibition to see where she's heading.

Tipare's timing to release this series of photographs, moving image, poetry and sound was not random, with the artist recognising the symbolism of Matariki and new beginnings.

Be sure to check out  Natasha Keating's Hine Takurua while you're at the gallery.

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