The project is to enable the gift of
artwork/sculpture 'Ka mua Ka muri' to the people of Christchurch,
following the 15th March 2019 event.
The artwork 'Ka mua Ka muri' was exhibited at
Sculpture on the Gulf 2019 on Waiheke Island, which coincided
with the March 15 event.
We envisage the work going to Christchurch as a gift
from the people of New Zealand and beyond, understanding that
people are joined at the shoulder, standing together and leaning
against each other. We are their pillar and they are
Our offer has already been accepted by the
Christchurch City Council/Public Art Advisory Group and we are
currently working together with the SCAPE for the work to be
installed ahead of the annual SCAPE 2019 season/opening 4th
The purpose of crowdfunding is to reach as many
people as possible who would like to share in the gift to
We are asking for support to make this happen,
repaying production costs and transport expenses getting the
sculpture to Christchurch.
Sculpture on the Gulf has already supported greatly
by donating their commission, along with the Trish Clark Gallery,
Kazu's artist's agent and also the Pacific Environments Architect
who assisted the process of making the artwork who has donated
their fee along with the artist.
Further great support has been given for us to enable
For details, background stories and the context,
please visit the project website:
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