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iteration 20: The Table

Titled simply ‘The Table’, the public was invited to pull up a chair and take in the works as you would at a friend’s dining room table. In keeping with mothermother collective's ethos of manaakitanga (caretaking), The Table conjured a sense of community, home, sharing of kai (food), connection, ritual, and belonging – a thread that runs through the exhibited works: remnants of a hug in bronze, paintings inspired by daily walks and elemental kitchen ingredients, melted and repurposed pewter tea sets, film stills of an other-worldly home-bound odyssey, and woven things undone, to name a few.


2023 Aotearoa Art Fair booth featuring 9 new members: Jana Wood, Tori Beeche, Michelle Reid, Susan Nelson, Peter Derksen, Rowan Thomson, Lillie Balfour, Janet Mazenier, Karen Rubado and founder Natalie Tozer.

"We acknowledge our muthas before us and aim to reveal the interconnected networks that support and sustain us, the bodily connections we hold to the land, our societies, each other and our futures. "

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