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    28Feb

    Undressing the Pacific: Mid-Career Survey 2000-2013

    The exhibition Undressing the Pacific draws attention to the central role of dress in the art of Shigeyuki Kihara. Her performance and photographic works utilize dress as a key signifier of identity and reveal the body as a site of cultural inscription. Kihara’s practice ‘undresses’ historical representations and established European stereotypes of Samoa in order to expose the complex social, political and economic factors at play in the island nation, historically and in the present-day

     

    National touring exhibition of the Hocken Collection, University of Otago curated by Natalie Poland

     

    Yuki Kihara

     

    14 November – 28 February 2016

     

    Waikato Museum, Hamilton

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