Large, undulating wall work patterned with traditional Native Hawaiian motifs and designs. This work addresses modes of sustainability via the integration of Indigenous knowledge and western sustainability science, through the perspective of a mixed-Indigenous individual.
Type of Work
Sculpture, craft, installation
Various rice papers, handmade plant pigments, red and yellow earth pigments, gouache, ceramic beads, thread
Variable; approximately 12 feet x 7 feet installed
Indigenous craft, Native Hawaiian craft, ecology, sustainability, cultural intersection