23 Jun 2016

What an amazing way to start the Matariki Festival by closing down the bottom of Queen Street, standing in the rain & pouring water on the ground with your family & friends.  What an honour to be part of this project, thanks to the team for the great photos!

14 Jun 2016

After a few weeks of designing & a full day of installation, 'Hauhake' or 'harvest' is a temporary art installationsituated outside the Britomart train station at the bottom of Queen Street, Auckland. Using a special water proofing spray and a stencil, the art work is invisible until it is revealed with water – or rain, which is perfect for Auckland in mid-winter.

Janine’s Ngati Paoa heritage has played a big part in the inspiration for the art work. The Auckland iwi, which is co-hosting this year’s M...

8 Jun 2016

Wow we were super excited to be chosen to attend the festival alongside some of Aotearoas finest craftsmen & creatives.  19 days as a group, we left the Hobsonville Airbase Thursday 19th June on a Royal New Zealand airforce plane heading to Hamilton, Wellington & eventually Townsville for the night.  A beautiful dinner & breakfast, we were off again 5 hours north just past the equator to the extremely hot & humid nation of Guam to celebrate alongside our Pacific brothers & sisters....

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