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Unitec, Toi o Wairaka Gallery - Group show - Ilo-ilo - 13/05/2024


USE OF ARTSDIARY PHOTOS

 

© 2024 Sait Akkirman, including all photographs.

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Roseanne Kane - Kinetic Poster, 2023 - digital motiongraphics, MP4

Melissa McMahon - Pink Bats, 2021 - eartheware, terra sigillata, glaze,
gold luster, wool blend fibre

Melissa McMahon - Pink Bats, 2021 - eartheware, terra sigillata, glaze,
gold luster, wool blend fibre

Sia Siona - Dmitry Tamatoa Sione | Alani Azariah Sione, 2024 - oil on canvas

Anne Ah Sam - I Sea, 2024 - acrylic & house paint on canvas

Samuel Tuaiti - Tivaevae, 2024 - fabric, thread, metal chain

Samuel Tuaiti - Tivaevae, 2024 - fabric, thread, metal chain

Jimmy Ma'ia'i - Samoasonite (Red), 2021 - mixed media

Jimmy Ma'ia'i - Samoasonite (Red), 2021 - mixed media

Jimmy Ma'ia'i - Fa'ifili | Talomua, 2020 - screen print

Martino Michael - Faimalaga I Le Vanimonimo, 2024 - hand thrown ceramic
with carved found brick

Martino Michael - Faimalaga I Le Vanimonimo, 2024 - hand thrown ceramic
with carved found brick

Linda Va'aelua - Lagi Taimane I & II, 2022 - acrylic on canvas

Gabriel Faatau'uu-Satiu - Afi, 2022 - video installation

Lesinga Vaioku - Kakalala Weeping, 2024 - sand, wax, beads, flora, thread, shells, wood

Lesinga Vaioku - Kakalala Weeping, 2024 - sand, wax, beads, flora, thread, shells, wood

Trina Lealavaa Ama - Pacific Frequencies: Mahu, 2023 - sound/music with ghetto blaster
(paintings by P Toomalatai & Jordahna Ama)
plus BROWNBABY, 2022 - moving image / film

Trina Lealavaa Ama - Pacific Frequencies: Mahu, 2023 - sound/music with ghetto blaster
(paintings by P Toomalatai & Jordahna Ama)

Trina Lealavaa Ama - BRŌWNBABY, 2022 - moving image / short film

Damen Dooms - The Boyz - Naples, 2023 - photographic print

Roseanne Kane | Melissa McMahon | Sia Siona | Anne Ah Sam | Samuel Tuaiti |

Jimmy Ma'ia'i | Martino Michael | Linda Va'aelua | Gabriel Faatau'uu-Satiu |

Lesinga Vaioku | Trina Lealavaa Ama | Marina Feapulea'i | Damen Dooms


"Ilo-ilo
is an exhibition featuring works from Untec's School of Creative Industries'
Pacific Students and alumni, primarily from the Bachelor of Design and
Master of Creative Practice programmes. It was conceived and curated by
Lupeti Fihaki, Peter Rees, Martino Michael , and Gina Ferguson..."

- reproduced from the gallery room sheet