Pou Rewa: The Liquid Post, Maori Go Digital?
Third Text, 2009, v. 23, no. 3, pp. 241-250
This essay communicates the author's research into the framework of Maori digital art and seeks to explain a Maori creative practice as it relates to her investigation into multimedia approaches to communicating the female element within the Maori philosophy for the 21st century. The use of non-traditional media and emerging electronic or digital technologies have a potential to allow for a distinctive 'public space' to emerge for the articulation of alternative world-views. Maori artists have used digital technologies to communicate indigenous constructs and indigenous relations to new media.
ITEM 2009.140 – available for viewing in the Research Centre
Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited
Native portraits n.19897 – Lisa Reihana
Hine Ahu One – Maree Mills
Pourewa – Maree Mills