Traditional Māori culture, like most indigenous cultures, contains a wealth of deep wisdom that is relevant and useful in this challenging Anthropocene Age. Watch this space as I share some of the more well-known traditional wisdom learned and practiced by my Māori peoples in our communities.
See unique portraits and personal video interviews of 23 Māori who have tā moko (traditional Māori art form of skin inking). The photographer, Michael Bradley, creates one image using a near-obsolete wet-plate photographic technique which appears to make the tā moko "disappear", and creates the other using contemporary digital photography. Scroll through the video interviews to find yours truly!
Karaitiana Taiuru: future thinking on issues like online and digital Māori rights/ representation, data sovereignty/digital colonialism, te reo Māori revitalisation using digital technology, cultural appropriation and Mātauranga Māori.