On 3 April, at in Malta, Te Tuhi will be presenting Takiwā Hou: Imagining New Spaces, a programme of Māori moving image works by some of Aotearoa New Zealand’s most exciting contemporary artists.

Featuring over 20 individual works by 11 artists, this expansive selection reflects the notion of envisaging Indigenous spaces, moments and possibilities that are yet to come into being. Curated by Karl Chitham, Director Dowse Art Museum for Te Tuhi, this programme of works is a snapshot of the unique perspectives Indigenous artists bring to the global stage.

Responding to one of the themes at the inaugural 2024; Decolonising Malta: Polyphony Is Us, the screening of Takiwā Hou: Imagining New Spaces contributes to an opportunity for reflection on the meaning of identities today.

Takiwā Hou: Imagining New Spaces will be screened at 7.30pm Malta time, on Wednesday 3 April 2024 at Spazju Kreattiiv, Malta as part of the 2024 film screening programme.


  • Adults: €8 Concessions: €7 (Including Malta Biennale pass holders)


  • Wed 03 Apr


  • 7:30 pm


  • Pjazza Kastilja Pope Pius V Street Il-Belt Valletta
  • VLT 1030
  • Malta