Onepū is based on the Kāi Tahu story told by Teone Taare Tikao, and tells of six atua wahine / goddesses who control and release the winds around the world. It is a story told through the use of contemporary dance, with music, lighting, movement and sound
On a stark, white set, a kuia enters and begins tonight's performance with a karanga, calling us on to this shared marae of sorts. The white backdrops are arranged in a wide v shape with a small, central entranceway between two of them. As the performance progresses, a procession of fascinating visuals will play out…
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View of the burnt Spitfire which was vandalised outside the Brevet Club on Memorial Avenue near Christchurch Airport. 6 October 1984. An image from the Discovery Wall.