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New Media Technologies

Kereama Taepa

Kereama Taepa is a contemporary Māori artist who creates artwork based on customary Māori artforms with a technological twist. Taepa’s works are informed by customary Māori art forms and conventions yet use digital technologies to explore Te Ao Matihiko and it’s relationship toTe Ao Māori. His work at times remains digital through projections, 3D animations, AR, VR and Online experiences and also manifests physically through digital prints on paper and 3D printed works at various scales. His work also combines multiple technologies within installation experiences. Taepa’s product based work includes 3D printed jewelry and taonga puoro.

Joe Houia

Under the mentorship of Julie Paama-Pengelly, Joe now practices full time as a moko artist at Art and Body, Mt Maunganui. His work also spans across to whakairo rakau, pounamu, iwi and also digital prints.

His work is inpsired his tūpuna and his iwi.

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