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eau de toilet

Tui, historically referred to as the Parson bird, shit upon rolls of cross embossed toilet paper. ‘eau de toilet’ illustrates issues pertaining to colonialism and indigeneity, as well as the cross-over and clash between the sacred and the profane.

eau de toilet
in The Faux
Objectspace, 8 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby, Auckland
27 Jan - 16 Mar
Curator: Karl Chitham


eau de toilet
Installation
in Crochet
Anna Bibby Gallery
2 Morgan Street, Newmarket, Auckland
13 July - 7 August 2004
Curators: Gavin Hurley and Anna Bibby


eau de toilet
detail
in Crochet
Anna Bibby Gallery
2 Morgan Street, Newmarket, Auckland
13 July - 7 August 2004
Curators: Gavin Hurley and Anna Bibby


eau de toilet
detail
in Crochet
Anna Bibby Gallery
2 Morgan Street, Newmarket, Auckland
13 July - 7 August 2004
Curators: Gavin Hurley and Anna Bibby


eau de toilet
detail
in Crochet
Anna Bibby Gallery
2 Morgan Street, Newmarket, Auckland
13 July - 7 August 2004
Curators: Gavin Hurley and Anna Bibby
Photograph: Stuart Page


eau de toilet
detail
in Crochet
Anna Bibby Gallery
2 Morgan Street, Newmarket, Auckland
13 July - 7 August 2004
Curators: Gavin Hurley and Anna Bibby
Photograph: Sarah Smuts-Kennedy

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