Category Archives: Native NZ species

How We Belong: Te Parawhau and the Mangrove Tree

MaC VII How We Belong: Te Parawhau and the Mangrove Tree This post considers the connections between a native tree and a Northland hapū through the naming of one of their community buildings. It explores the importance of the local natural environment and its role in shaping an architectural metaphor.   Te hana ‘the radiance’ … Continue reading How We Belong: Te Parawhau and the Mangrove Tree

HEADLANDS: unpublished responses MaC V

MaC V HEADLANDS essay ‘MAORI AT THE CENTRE: ON THE MARGINS’ ‘First published by the Museum of Contemporary Art Ltd, Sydney, Australia in 1992 in Headlands: Thinking though New Zealand Art, exhibition publication page 122’ MCA © Rangihīroa Panoho and PIHIRAU PRODUCTIONS Ltd, 2018. No part of this document (text or imagery) is free to … Continue reading HEADLANDS: unpublished responses MaC V

NZ NATIVES

rau kaponga maroke hangehange All images and text by rangihīroa unless otherwise indicated. Copyright: PIHIRAU Productions Ltd 2018 See my latest MaC VII post ‘How we belong: Te Parawhau and the Mangrove Tree’ This post considers the connections between a native tree and a Northland hapū through the naming of one of their community buildings. … Continue reading NZ NATIVES