work is about the people of Aotearoa having grown up and living
together now under our long white cloud, and reflects some
of the physical and emotion upheavals of our landscape and
changing cultural values.
Maori proverb “kaore te kumara e korero mo tona mangaro” -
“the kumara does not tell how of its sweetness” - means ‘self-praise
is no recommendation’.
about credit where credit is due?
Corrugated iron the male’s domain, copper, holder of boiling
water for clothes, dishes and cooking, being seen traditionally
the women’s domain
Equal rights or lost opportunities?
tin shed, a bach, a whitebait hut suggest memories of ‘how
it was in the good old days’.