Koloa: Women, Art, and Technology
Time Out says
Titled Koloa: Women, Art and Technology, the exhibition features a rich array of Tongan art practices including ngatu/bark cloth marking, which is a major form of contemporary art in Tonga, fine weaving, kafa or woven rope and many more. Based on the life-long research of Dowager Lady Fielakepa, the exhibition features three women artists, Tanya Edwards, Nikau Hindin and Vaimaila Urale, whose works further reflect upon the status of Pacific textile as inseparable manifestations of art and technology.
|Venue name:||Para/Site Art Space (Quarry Bay)|
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