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Ayesha Green- New Zealand Artist

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For Ngāti Kahungunu and Kai Tahu descendent Ayesha Green, being an artist has become an essential service she can provide for her whakapapa (ancestors). Based in Auckland, New Zealand, Ayesha’s cartoonesque painting practice seeks to engage with processes of reproduction and representation through the lens of cultural value systems. Yet for Ayesha, there is one main question that drives her work: what makes Māori art Māori art? She has made waves in the New Zealand art scene by disrupting Eurocentric systems of hierarchy and its associated cultural framework. She captures large complex histories, while also being incredibly personal.” www.aucklandartgallery.com/explore-art-and-ideas/artist/11265/ayesha-green?q=/explore-art-and-ideas/artist/11265/ayesha-green 


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