Matua moe tama : weaving within magafaoaPublication details: Auckland : Objectspace, 2022Description: 29 pages : illustrations ; 21 cmISBN:
- Niuean weaving in Aotearoa
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The exhibition of Matua moe Tama: Weaving Within Magafaoa: Salle Tamatoa and Tunaga Funaki held in Objectspace on 9 Mar–30 May 2021
This publication extends ideas first developed in the exhibition Matua moe Tama, on display at Objectspace in 2021. Matua moe Tama is an intergenerational conversation between Salle Tamatoa and his grandmother Tunaga Funaki that illustrates the importance of magafaoa (family) through their respective weaving practices. The artists hope that this publication helps to share ideas and understanding of the importance of Niuean weaving in Aotearoa so the art form can continue to flourish into the future.