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    Culture and Privilege: Round table discussion with artists John Vea and Sakina Ewazi

    John Vea and Sakina Ewazi

    Culture and Privilege: Round table discussion with artists John Vea and Sakina Ewazi

    Sat 19 August, 11am – 12pm

    Corban Estate Arts Centre

    West Auckland

     

     

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    Culture and Privilege: Round table discussion with artists John Vea and Sakina Ewazi

     


    Saturday 19 August, 11am-12pm

     

     

    Concrete is as Concrete Doesn’t by John Vea critiques Western society’s preoccupation with putting up artificial barriers between people and the natural world. In this video installation John Vea lays a small number of pavements to create a path across a landscape, painstakingly reusing tiles to demonstrate the repetitive actions undertaken by builders and the low wages they receive for these laborious tasks. During his residency in Hawai’i, Vea met artist/poet and activist Imaikalani Kalahele. Vea was struck by Kalahele’s statement: “what do we do with all da concrete rubbish?”

     

     

     


    Corban Estate Arts Centre

    2 Mt Lebanon Lane
    Henderson
    Auckland

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