Join us on the eve of Coastal Cannibals' final weekend to toast to this exhibition and share some needed mid-winter warmth in the Sir Miles Warren Gallery.
Coastal Cannibals is a solo show by photographer Ngahuia Harrison. This ongoing body of work considers the development and impact of shifts in our built environment, particularly the implications of intensification and industrialisation for mana whenua.
Works from this series have exhibited across the motu, and will continue to travel after this exhibition for Objectspace closes after Sunday 23 July.
It’s been a wonder to bring together and consider this project in Ōtautahi. This mid-winter gathering is your opportunity to join us and revisit (or see for the first time!) this show, and chat to our team with a drink in hand.
We’d love to have you with us.