Hyper-girl Lisa Reihana Weaves The Pacific Wave at Sydney Biennale

Along with fellow Kiwi Bill Hammond. Lisa Reihana, with the Pacific Sisters, has been honoured with a show at the prestigious Sydney Biennale 2000. Exploring Toi Maori, her works weave between the contemporary and traditional: mediums from video to flax. “Her inclusion signifies rising interest amongst curators in contemporary indigenous art.”


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Study Provides Alarming Biodiversity Figures

Study Provides Alarming Biodiversity Figures

“When humans arrived in New Zealand some 700 years ago, they discovered a plethora of unusual birds that could be found nowhere else in the world, having evolved in isolation on…