Woven Sculpture, Wearable Art and Sound Installation at Dust Temple

DUST TEMPLE
Presents

NEST
Exploring The Ephemeral Nature Of Home

 Saturday 7th July - Thursday 2nd August

@ DUST TEMPLE, 54 Currumbin Creek Road, Currumbin

OPENING NIGHT - Saturday 7th July 2018 @ 6pm

 

A Multiple Disciplinary Art Exhibition


Featuring Woven Sculpture,  Wearable Art, and Sound Installation as a unique body of work created by two local emerging artists

Anaheke Metua & WHAIA

Diving deep into their cultural roots and showcasing a unique set of skills in woven sculpture, wearable art, and sound installation
these bold and authentic artists have created an exhibition that is a compelling ode to the strength,
beauty, and skill of our avian counterparts.
 
Their
complimentary artworks explore the rich symbolism of the NEST as an ephemeral home through texture, malleability, colour, use of raw materials, sound and video.



Sculptor and Fibre Artist
 
Anaheke Metua

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This body of work is a retrospective view of the many and varied homes that have shaped Anaheke’s life and work as an artist.
 
This process has nurtured an inward journey through her bloodlines, cultural
beliefs and behaviors regenerating her idea of  home to reshape and strengthen her NEST for the next generation.


Sonic Weaver

&

Wearable Arts Designer


Whaia creates a range of Fine Art Headwear embellished with a wide spectrum of crystals, up-cycled antique jewelry, and fabrics complimenting the energy of each individual piece,
destined to get your attention and awaken the inner Goddess

As a ‘Sonic Weaver’, Whaia integrates her collection of Traditional First Nations instruments, Singing Crystal Bowls and divine vocals, bringing forth her unique delivery of Sacred Sonic Ceremonies.

Whaia nurtures you through her meditation sound journeys, creating an atmosphere that is sure to put a lasting resonance in your cells.