Essays on art, indigeneity, te ao Māori, te taiao, the politics of perception and many a lonely, hair-raising, paradigm-crossing foray to the contact zone. It's a culture jam. (For essays published in books, see under Books.)

Listen your way home


On Rachael Shearer’s majestic sound artwork ‘Te Oro o Te Ao’. Ate Journal of Contemporary Māori Art 1. June 2019.

What you see you don’t see: Lisa Reihana’s Digital Marae


A close conceptual reading of the ways Reihana uses multiple audiovisual media to recreate an immanent, affective marae experience for the far-from-home Māori viewer. World Art 1. February 2012.