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Dulcie Stewart, Ema Tavola, Luisa Tora, Margaret Aull, Otahuhu, Poster, Sangeeta Singh, South Auckland, Southside Arts Festival, Tagi Qolouvaki, Torika Bolatagici

Installing DIASPORADIC679 in Otahuhu

DIASPORADIC679 was installed at the 6 Otahuhu venues on Saturday 15 October by artists Sangeeta Singh, Dulcie Stewart and Luisa Tora with support from Leilani Kake and Rebecca Hobbs.

In some locations, the posters are viewable from the street, in others, they are near the entrance way and require some hunting! At the Food City Ethnic Food Court they are near floor level, and at Roop ki Rani, they are in a first floor window viewable from across the road.

At the Otahuhu Recreation and Youth Centre, the full set of 7 images appears in one window, looking into the Gym. At Ronnies Shoes, the windows are lit after hours, so the works can be seen 24 hours a day!

A limited supply of exhibition catalogues are available at each venue. The posters will be up until Tuesday 25 October.

Vinaka vakalevu to the install team!

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About PIMPI

I am a visual artist of kailoma Fijian ancestry, currently living in Manukau City, South Auckland, New Zealand. I work towards developing the profile of Pacific Arts for Pacific audiences within Pacific contexts, artistic self-determination, in New Zealand and in Suva...

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