HE TAPU TE TINANA O TE WAHINE NO TE MEA, HE WHARE TANGATA

COMING SOON

He tapu te tinana o te wahine no te mea, he whare tangata is an exhibition, yet a international isolation collaborative, of new works by four indigenous wahine artists Linda Munn (Aotearoa Māori), Heidi Lucero (Acjachemen, Mutsun Ohlone), Tiffany Adams (Chemehuevi, Konkow, Nisenan), and Amberley John (Haudenosaunee, Onʌyote’A:Ka).

Exploring how indigenous wahine artists respond globally to networking and supporting First Nations indigenous women, He tapu te tinana o te wahine no te mea, he whare tangata is a collaborative and individual interpretation addressing the adversity communities face.

 

He tapu te tinana o te wahine no te mea, he whare tangata is an exhibition which acknowledges the struggles and challenges of dealing with the care and wellbeing of women and children who live with the effects of domestic violence in the climate of a global pandemic.