• Bridget Reweti
  • Jamie Berry
  • Kaaterina Kerekere
  • Kahurangiariki Smith
  • Keri-Mei Zagrobelna
  • Layne Waerea
  • Rangituhia Hollis
  • Reuben Paterson
  • Russ Flatt
  • Suzanne Tamaki
  • Curated by Karl Chitham

Takiwā Hou: Imagining New Spaces, presented at Te Tuhi, is an exhibition of Māori moving image works by some of Aotearoa New Zealand’s most exciting contemporary artists. The exhibition will be open from Wednesday 3 April to Friday 24 May 2024.

The 20 individual moving image works by 10 artists will be shown consecutively as a continuous looped presentation. The total running time of the presentation of all 20 works is two hours and six minutes.

This expansive selection of moving image works by Māori artists 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.

For a full list of works available to view onsite at Te Tuhi for this exhibition, visit Te Tuhi’s website here

A similar selection of these works is being shown on 3 April 2024 as part of the 2024 film screening programme at Spazju Kreattiiv, Malta. Click here for more information.

Opening Hours

  • Daily, 9am - 5pm
  • Closed public holidays


  • 21 William Roberts Road
  • Pakuranga
  • Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland 2010