15 Feb - 2 Apr 2023 (update - extended to 24 Apr 2023)
Te Papakura Exhibition Space
New Zealand Parliament - Pāremata Aotearoa
Waiata Manu (‘Bird song’) engages the audience in the beauty and wonder of birds in sound and light through the lens and instruments of artists, digital artists, sculptors, photographers and musicians. Birds are explored through art as metaphor and allegory and the interpretations and artistic creations they inspire in us. It recognises birds as a pre-eminent symbol in New Zealand artwork and identifies both well-known and more recent artists. It explores the unique place of specific birds and bird conservation, threatened and extinct species including our role as conservators.
Tuesday to Saturday 10am - 4pm
Entry via Parliament’s Visitor Centre, ground floor of the Beehive.
I am humbled and honoured to have "A Hidden World (kākāpō)" selected as the featured artwork for this group exhibition.