Ti KOUKATIPU ANO
LAST DAY THURSDAY 13 JULY 2023: A photographic exploration inside the changing Red-zone area’s; featuring the unique Ti Kouka (Cabbage tree)
This exhibition offers an opportunity for quiet reflection; to explore the east of Christchurch as it gradually re-grows into natural environment. It is a little about loss, but more about the potential as a future taonga(valued place). “I endeavor to illustrate how special these places will be, especially in context to our city and the Port hills”
An integral aspect of the work is the inclusion of a Ti Kouka(Cabbage tree) in every image. Their ability to re-grow from trauma, suggests a metaphor, as the Ti Kouka regrow and thrive in these places.
An exhibition of 30 finely crafted, photographic giclee prints; each with it’s own story,-
VIEW THURSDAY 13th July: 11:30am-6pm. at 31 Duke Street
Free parking at the entry door & opposite the road entrance
Disabled access required? -Please get in touch.