~ KAUKAU is pleased to present a series of new ceramic works from Olivia Asher ~

Matariki Fetu'u ~ Tupuārangi
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Sione Monū, Matariki Fetu’u, Tupuārangi, 2021

Synthetic flowers, glitter card, fibre board, plastic and metallic beads

500 x 500mm (Bead length not included)

Similar to Tupuānuku, Tupuārangi is also related to kai, though in this instance it refers to the harvest of birds, in particular kererū. It also relates to the harvest of other food closer to the sky, such as berries & fruits from trees.

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