04 Mar 2021

He Owha Matarua - Hauntology of Inheritance

Touch Compass is excited to co-present a fabulous work in conjunction with Auckland Arts Festival - He Owha Matarua: The Hauntology of Inheritance.

Conceived of and created by one of Touch Compass’s founding artists, Rodney Bell, and Dr Suzanne Cowan, this work is a unique, sensorial performance walk of connectivity that explores whakapapa, history and a deepening experience of the beautiful forest at Byers Walk, Piha. The two-hour roll/walk takes place on the 13th & 14th of March, and is wheelchair accessible.

You can find out more/book for the show now:https://www.aaf.co.nz/.../he-owha-matarua-hauntology-of...

Nau mai, haere mai, pirori mai e te whānau! [ID: Dancers Dr Suzanne Cowan (a Pākehā woman and wheelchair user) and Rodney Bell (a Māori man and wheelchair user) lean into each other smiling for the camera.]

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