287 results for Creative work

  • E Kui Rāwinia

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2015)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    E Kui Rāwinia; this composition is a lament to a Te Whakatōhea chieftainess who married the paramount Ngāti Porou rangatira Tokorua (Toko) Te Kani. This composition recites the genealogical ties between the East Coast iwi to Te Whakatōhea. The composition paints a spiritual journey for Rāwinia to return to her birth place Ōpōtiki. The journey names geographical features of importance to map her journey home. This composition gained first place for composition. Performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti at the Te Matatini World Championship Kapa Haka competition.

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  • Poi Apakura

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2013)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    Poi Apakura portrays the battles both pre European contact through to the land wars and the confiscation of 400,000 acres of Te Whakatōhea land s in 1865 with the killing of the missionary Rev Catl Volkner known as Te Wākana. Performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti at the Te Matatini World Championship Kapa Haa Competition 2013.

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  • Wairangi

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2012-10-01)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    Wairangi this composition was composed at the time Māori were in court with the Crown over the ownership of fresh water (water rights). It talks about Kīngi Tūheitia holding the Water Summit hui at Tūrangawaewae and proclaiming that the Water or Wai belongs to Māori under the Treaty of Waitangi. Performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti at the Te Matatini World Championship Kapa Haa Competition 2013.

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  • Horowaewae

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2012-09-13)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    Horowaewae is dedicated to Horowaewae Maxwell a Te Matatini Lifemember. Horowaewae is from the Rotorua area and the Te Arawa iwi. He is a foundation member of the champion kapa haka Ngāti Rangiwewehi. Horowaewae has been a performer, a male leader, the Te Arawa delegate to the Te Matatini National Committee. He has served kapa haka in its development since the inception of Te Matatini in 1972 and prior to this performing in the tourism industry in Rotorua. Horowaewae was performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti at the 2013 Te Matatini World Championship Kapa Haka Competition.

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  • Kōkō Kehe

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2013-11-11)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    This composition placed first in the Poi Composition section. Kōkō Kehe; this composition is about a fish species namely the Kehe. This composition talks about the appearance of this fish it has grennstone pounamu like colour and a moko tattoo pattern like that of a Māori male. It can only be caught on certain nights by a scoop net of kōkō. March is when the kehe is in its best condition to eat. The best relish for the kehe when eaten is a kūmara. This composition was performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti at the Te Matatini World Championship Kapa Haka 2015.

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  • Te Ika Huirua o Te Mate

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2015-02-12)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    This composition is a lament to two staesman of the Māori world Apira Mahuika of Ngāti Porou and Tama Huata of Ngāti Kahungunu. Both men were giants in their respective areas, governance, tribal politics cultral revival language revitalisation, Treaty settlements they both died within days of each other. This compostion also talks about how Pākeha law clashes with Māori lore with the James Takamore case where his whanau took his body and returned it to James ancestral home Whakatohea and the widow laid charges to have her husbands remains dug up and returned to Christchuch. I thought it appropriate to protest about this being the Te Matatini World Championship Kapa Haka Competition was held in Christchurch March 2015. This composition was performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti.

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  • E Tama Hikairo

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2015-01-22)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    E Tama Hikairo was composed to welcome Kīngi Tūeheitia's the Māori Kings first grandchild that was born in September 2014. Kīngi Tūheitia had Te Haahi Ringatū tūā (Christen) Hikairo. This composition talks about the royal genealogy of Hikairo that links him to all the iwi of the land and his special place in Te Haahi Ringatū. This item placed first overall in the choral section. This item was performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti at Te Matatini the World Championship Kapa Haka Championship.

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  • Hāwatewate

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2015-01-08)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    Hāwatewate; this composition is in remembrance of the hanging of the Ōpōtiki missionary Rev Carl Sylvius Volkner by the Hauhau, Kereopa Te Rau of Ngāti Rangiwewehi of Te Arawa. As a consequence the Te Whakatōhea chief Mokomoko was wrongly convicted and executed by hanging in Mount Eden Prison 17 May 1866. 143870 acres of Te Whakatōhea land was confiscated under the New Zealand Settlements Act 1863. This item placed third in the Whakaeke discipline and was performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti at the Te Matatini World Championship Kapa Haka Competition 2015.

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  • Te Tarata

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2014-10-10)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    This composition placed second in the Haka Composition Section. Te Tarata this composition commemorates the battle of Te Tarata in Te Whakatōhea 15 October 1865. This was the aftermath of the killing of the missionary Rev Carl Sylvius Volkner on the 2 March 1865. At the battle of Te Tarata it is recorded as the only calvary charge in the New Zealand Land Wars. Te Whakatōhea ingeniously wove around the palisade walls tī kouka (Cordyline australis) or cabbage tree. When the canon ball hit the palisades the tī kouka absorbed the force of the canon ball and rebounded the ball. 20 Te Whakatohea were killed and a number of others were wounded. This composition was performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti at the Te Matatini World Championship Kapa Haka Competition 2015.

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  • Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2014-02-22)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti competed at the Mātaatua Regional Kapa Haka Competition 2014 to qualify for the Te Matatini World Championship Kapa Haka Competition 2015, Christchurch. Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti placed first overall, 1st mōteatea, 1st, Haka, 1st Whakawātea, 1st Female Leader, 1st Male Leader, 1st Waiata Tira, 1st Te Reo, 1st Original Composition, 1st Costume, 2nd Waiata a Ringa, 2nd, Poi, 2nd Whakaeke.

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  • Matéria

    Williams, Michael; Chiappinelli, Massimiliano; Orlandi, Biagio (2015)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    This piece was commissioned by leading Italian piano and saxophone duo Massimiliano Chiappinelli and Biagio Orlandi. Matéria is included in a national and international tour by the duo who will also be recording it in 2016.

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  • Te Poutikanga

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2014-01-25)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    Te Poutikanga was composed to pay homage to the newly appointed spiritual leader of Te Haahi Ringatū Mr Wirangi Pera who was appointed on the 1 January 2014. This composition was performed by ŌpōtikiMai Tawhiti at the Mātaatua Regional Kapa Haka Competition and placed first in the Whakawātea discipline.

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  • Hai aha te hoko

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2012)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    This new composition was performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti Kapa Haka at the Mātaatua Regional Kapa Haka Competition. This composition placed first in the Whakawātea category.

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  • Huikau

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2012)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    Huikau is dedicated to my life long mentor and educator Mrs Ema Rogers who imparted her knowledge of Te Haahi Ringatū and things Māori to me. She housed me for months while I reseearched my MA Thesis Te Kōpura. Mrs Rogers passed away in December 2012. This new composition was performed by Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti Kapa Haka at the Mātaatua Regional Kapa Haka Competition. This composition placed first in the Waiata Tira category.

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  • Kirihaehae

    Maxwell, Te Kahautu (2013)

    Creative work
    University of Waikato

    A haka composed about moko. My grand aunt Tangiwai took the moko chin tattoo so when the man from Tauranga, Kōraurau Te Kani that she had been betrothed to arrived at Whitianga Bay on the East Coast of the Bay of Plenty, he would readily recognise her his intended bride to be. This haka was composed for Te Kapa Haka o Tūtawake. This composition will be performed at the Mātaatua Kapa Haka regional Competition in Ruatoki 2016.

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  • Untitled (Crisis Capital, Uptick Downturn, Animal Spirits, In Praise of Laziness), 2016

    Ingram, SA

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    A four part text-based wall painting registering language pertaining to ideas about the inner life of market economy in an abstracted and painterly format.

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  • Random Walk Exercise

    Ingram, SA

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • Orthogonal14: international forum for non-objective art

    Ingram, SA

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    participants: anna-maria bogner (at), arjan janssen (nl), bob bonies (nl), bruno haas (de), georgi dimitrov (bg), guillaume millet (fr), krasimira stikar (at), maria chakarova (bg), max bill (ch), simon ingram (nz), theodore markoglou (gr), yorgos vourlidas (gr) Three paintings, each 300 x 300, conceived as a triptych, each of which imaged a geometric from using vertical lines. The geometric forms were a circle, a triangle and a square. All were painted using my robotic painting machine.

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  • Raum(er)greifend | Ordnung ??? Unruhe

    Ingram, SA; Bogner, AM

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

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  • The Demon Machine

    Brown, Carol; Kinder, J; Mayer, LM; Bodenwieser, G; Grayling, J

    Creative work
    The University of Auckland Library

    The Demon Machine (1924) is an iconic work of modern dance created by the Viennese choreographer Gertrud Bodenwieser. Expressing the anxieties of the machine age during the Weimar era, it explores the potential for machines to dehumanise and colonise bodies. This modern dance work toured Australia for nearly two decades beginning in 1939. For the National Gallery Victoria's event 'Dancing Sculpture' as part of the Brave New World exhibition celebrating artists of the 1930s, I recreated the choreography with five Victoria College Australia dancers. The performance recreation is based on reconstructions by Shona Dunlop-MacTavish for Dunedin Dance Theatre (1980); and Bettina Vernon and Evelyn Ippen for Dance Studies, University of Surrey (1988).

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