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Wairua says
Rona Ngahuia Osborne and Dan Mace

Exhibition Dates: September 27 - October 29, 2016
Reception: Friday October 21, 5 - 8pm
Artist Talks: Friday October 21, 5:30pm, as part of the Art Crawl
Essay by Fiona P. McDonald
The exhibition is proudly presented by A Space Gallery and imagineNATIVE.
The publication is proudly presented by A Space Gallery, imagineNATIVE, and VTape.

In their Canadian exhibition premiere, partners and creative collaborators Rona Ngahuia Osborne and Dan Mace present three video works connected by wairua, a Maori word for "spirit" or "soul." Wairua also refers to universal energy, which is a thread evident in the videos presented, each of which utilize abstract personification and sound to explore the Earth (the four triptych piece Elemental), the starts (the seven monitor work Wheturangi), and human ritual (Te Taki, which welcomes the visitors into the gallery with a challenge and an invitation to communicate). 

For more information about the exhibition please visit www.aspacegallery.org
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