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He Owha Matarua – Hauntology of Inheritance

13 Mar 2021 - 14 Mar 2021


Saturday 13 March 2021, 2.30pm - Saturday 13 March 2021, 5.00pm

Sunday 14 March 2021, 2.30pm - Sunday 14 March 2021, 5.00pm


Byers Walk, Glenesk Rd, Piha, Auckland

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021 087 38179


A unique, sensorial performance walk of connectivity that explores whakapapa, history and a deepening experience of the beautiful forest at Byers Walk, Piha.

Performance artists Suzanne Cowan and Rodney Bell have lived experience of disability, giving them a unique perspective on navigating and choreographing space.

Join them on a journey of whakapapa, history, colonisation, birds, trees and insects, while asking the question: how can we honour our desire to access the forest and be an active part of the ecology that surrounds us?

The entire walk/roll is approximately 2hrs 30mins and includes a reflective gathering with kai at the end.

Wheelchair-friendly transport available for a small fee.

The terrain of Byers Walkway is suitable for people with mobility impairments but someone with a power chair may need assistance as the path is uneven in some sections.


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