Part of a new collection of skulls from Sione Monū.
These artworks are part of Sione’s practice exploring the Tongan art form nimamea’a tuikakala, the fine art of floral design.
Size: 350mm x 570mm
Synthetic flowers, glitter card, fibre board, plastic beads
Sione Monu is an artist of the Tongan diaspora. They live between Canberra Australia and Auckland who works across the mediums of photography, moving-image, fashion and adornment, performance and drawing exploring identity, family and pasifika queer experience in the diaspora. Recent exhibitions include: SCAPE Festival Public Art Season 2021; Spheres: An Online Video Project, 2020; Christchurch Art Gallery, Kahoa Kakala, Fresh Gallery Otara and Objectspace, 2017; Statuesque Anarchy, Enjoy Public Art Gallery, Wellington, 2017; Pouliuli, Westspace, Melbourne, 2017; Making Space, Centre of Contemporary Art Toi Moroki, Christchurch, 2017; GG Talk That Talk, Fresh Gallery Ōtara, 2016.@sione_has_doubts
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