Atahira: The Day After Tomorrow

31 May 2014 – 7 September 2014Raewyn PatersonEmanuel Dunn

This exhibition encompasses Matariki, which is a time for reflection. The word ‘atahira’┬ácan be translated as ‘the day after tomorrow’, and┬álocal contemporary Maori artists Raewyn Paterson and Emanuel Dunn invite us to reflect on our relationship with the environment and what we hope to do over the next year for our ecosystem.

Their complimentary artworks have been created through up-cycling materials such as corrugated card and Venetian blinds.

Visitors are invited to make their own Matariki stars.