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Dr Terri Te Tau

Postdoctoral Fellow

School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

Research Outputs

Journal

Te Tau, TP., Wilkinson, A., & Jahnke, H. (2016). Visual Arts Education through Doctoral Studies in Aotearoa, NZ: Towards a Kaupapa Māori Approach. International Journal of Education and the Arts. Published by Arizona State University. 11(1)
[Journal article]Authored by: Jahnke, H., Te Tau, T.
Jahnke, H., Wilkinson, A., & Te Tau, T. (2015). Visual Arts Education through Doctoral Studies in Aotearoa, NZ. Towards a Kaupapa Māori Approach. The International Journal of Arts Education. 11(1)
[Journal article]Authored by: Jahnke, H., Te Tau, T.
Jahnke, H., Wilkinson, A., & Te Tau, T. (2015). Visual arts education through doctoral studies in Aotearoa, NZ. Towards a kaupapa Māori approach. The International Journal of Arts Education. 11(1), 1-12
[Journal article]Authored by: Jahnke, H., Te Tau, T.

Book

Te Tau, TP. (2017). Early Settlers: The Taiaha and the Axe in ‘Wanted: The Murals of E. Mervyn Taylor. (2017). (Ed) Bronwyn Holloway Smith.. In . Holloway-Smith, Bronwyn (Ed.) Wanted: The Murals of E. Mervyn Taylor. Wellington: Legat, Nicola; Massey University Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Te Tau, T.

Creative Work

Te Tau, T. (2017) "Te Ao Ngū" In 'A Political Party Broadcast.'. [Exhibition] [Party Political Broadcast is a collection of 8 video works inspired by the format of the televised party political broadcast. Featuring new work by Janet Lilo, Murray Hewitt, Li-Ming Hu, Mark Harvey, Terri Te Tau, Miranda Bellamy, Fantasing and Callum Devlin]. Circuit Artist Film and Video and The Physics Room, Christchurch, New Zealand
[Artwork]Authored by: Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP., Arapere, R., & Witehira, J. (2017, January 6). #nextlevel. Group exhibition at Paul Nash Gallery. (No. of Pieces: 1) [Unwarranted and Unregistered #2 (video)]. Paul Nache Gallery, Gisbourne.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, T., Arapere, E., Reweti, B., & Hudson, S. (2017, June 9). Mata Aho Collective: Making Space. (No. of Pieces: 2) [Large scale textile based installation]. CoCA | Toi Moroki Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.Contributed to by: Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, T. (2017, March 10). Unwarranted and Unregistered 2#. [Video]. In “Under Super Vision”, 40th Annual Graduate Symposium Exhibition at the University of British Columbia. Retrieved from http://ahva.ubc.ca/events/event/under-super-vision-40th-annual-graduate-symposium-and-exhibition/Audain Art Centre, Vancouver, Canada.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Te Tau, T.Contributed to by: Te Tau, T.Edited by: Jahnke, R., Joseph, D.
Arapere, E., Te Tau, TP., Hudson, S, ., & Reweti, B, . (2017) Mata Aho Collective: Kiko Moana. Documenta14. [Exhibition] [Large Scale Textile Installation] Kassel, Germany: Hessisches Landesmuseum, 10 Jun 2017 - 17 Sep 2017
[Artwork]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.
Hudson, S.(2016). Karakia/Ritual Chants: In Opotiki, New Zealand's first drone friendly town. Opōtiki
[Film or Video]Contributed to by: Te Tau, T.
Reweti, B. (2016, August 27). Tauutuutu; by Bridget Reweti @ Pataka. (No. of Pieces: 1) [Writing]. Pataka Museum and Gallery, Porirua.
[Exhibition]Contributed to by: Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP., Arapere, E., Hudson, S., & Reweti, B. (2016, July 25). Mata Aho Collective: Stop, collaborate and listen.. (No. of Pieces: 1) [Embroidery thread, linen.]. [Embroidery thread, linen] Auckland: Whau the People, 25 Jul 2016 - 31 Jul 2016.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP. (2016, June 4). Ōtākaro – He Takarangi ki Tua. (No. of Pieces: 1) [Narrated Video]. The Physics Room, Christchurch, New Zealand. 4 June - 9 July 2016.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP. (2015, August 10). The Past Sure is Tense CIRCUIT – SPARK Festival of Media Art and Design: Unwarranted and Unregistered (video addition). (No. of Pieces: 1) [Video]. WINTEC, Hamilton.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Te Tau, T.
Te Whaiti, R. (2015) Koanga (spring). [Exhibition] [Oil and Acrylic on Canvas, 1000mm x 850mm, 1000mm x 850mm, 1000mm x 850mm]. A series of paintings shown at Te Manawa Museum of Art, Science & History, in group exhibition Taipo with Terri Te Tau and Bridget Reweti, curated by Natali Rojas and Shelley Jahnke. Palmerston North, New Zealand. 10 Oct 2015 - 10 Jan 2016
[Artwork]Authored by: Te Tau, T., Te Whaiti, R.
Te Tau, TP. (2015, May 27). Te Tau, T. (2015).Surveillance Awareness Bureau; group exhibition curated by MODELAB, Claudia Arozqueta and facilitated by Urban Dream Brokerage. Group exhibition with Simon Denny, Raphael Lozano-Hemmer and Hemi Macgregor. Retrieved from https://www.modelab.info/surveillance-awareness-bureau. (No. of Pieces: 1) [Unwarranted and Unregistered, multimedia installation]. 1 Grey Street, Wellington.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP., Reweti, B., & Te Whaiti, R. (2015, October 23). Taipō. (No. of Pieces: 4) [Mixed media installation]. Te Manawa Gallery, Palmerston North.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP., Morse, Valerie, ., Mackenzie-White, Ashley, ., & Teepa, Ati, . (2015, April 21). Disrupting the Narrative: Exhibition and symposium. (No. of Pieces: 1) [Kaokao by Mata Aho Collective] Thistle Hall, Wellington, New Zealand.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.
Macgregor, H. (2015) Agent Provocateur #1, Agent Provocateur #2, Agent Provocateur #3, Focus. [Exhibition] aluminium, wood, paint in group exhibition Surveillance Awareness Bureau at 1 Grey Street, Urban Dream Brokerage, Wellington, New Zealand
[Artwork]Authored by: Macgregor, H., Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP. (2014). AuraSecure/Unwarranted and Unregistered @ Camp a Low Hum 2014. (Multimedia installation and performance) AuraSecure/Unwarranted and Unregistered: Camp Wainui, Wellington
[Performance]Authored by: Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP., Arapere, E., Reweti, B., & Hudson, S. (2014, April 20). Mata Aho Collective: Disrupting the Narrative. Kaokao 2#.. (No. of Pieces: 1) Wellington: Thistle Hall, 20 Apr 2014 - 27 Apr 2014.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP. (2014, June 13). Pāua to the people; We Who Live in Darkness group exhibition. (No. of Pieces: 3) [Pāua, mother of pearl, antique spectacles]. The Academy of Fine Arts, Wellington.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Te Tau, T.
Arapere, E., Te Tau, T., Hudson, S., Reweti, B., & Mata Aho Collective, . (2014) Mata Aho Collective: Maori Art Market. Stop Collaborate and Listen.. [Exhibition] Wellington TSB Arena, 13 Nov 2014 - 16 Nov 2014
[Artwork]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP., Arapere, E., Reweti, B., & Hudson, S. (2014, July 18). Mata Aho Collective: International Artist Initiated, Mahi Tahi. (No. of Pieces: 1) [Stop motion video]. David Dale Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.
Arapere, EM., Te Tau, T., Hudson, S., & Reweti, B. (2014) Mata Aho Collective: We Who Live in Darkness. Te Whare Pora. [Exhibition] [Large scale textile installation] New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts, Wellington. 14 Jun 2014 - 16 Jul 2014
[Artwork]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.
Arapere, E., Te Tau, TP., Hudson, S., & Reweti, B. (2014, June 6). Mata Aho Collective: Kaokao. (No. of Pieces: 2) [Large scale textile based installation; reflective cloth tape, 2m x 11m. Reconstituted road signs, 3m x 1.3m]. Toi Poneke Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand. 06 - 28 Jun 2014.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP. (2014). AuraSecure. (Performance Art and Installation) AuraSecure: 1 Grey Street, Wellington
[Performance]Authored by: Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP. (2013) Beyond the Corners of Our Whare. [Exhibition] Te Manawa, Palmerston North, New Zealand
[Artwork]Authored by: Te Tau, T.
Te Whaiti, R. (2013) Whare Wānanga. [Exhibition] [Oil and acrylic on canvas, 1600mm x 1500mm (per unit)]. Aratoi Wairarapa Museum of Art and History, Masterton, New Zealand, 10 Aug - 15 Sep 2013
[Artwork]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T., Te Whaiti, R.
Te Whaiti, R. (2013) Te Whare Wananga. [Exhibition] [Oil and Acrylic on Canvas, 1000mm x 850mm]. Curated by Robert Jahnke titled, Matatau 2013. Featuring works by Robert Jahnke, Israel Birch, Ngahina Hohaia, Terri Te Tau, Rongomaiaia Te Whaiti, Tanu Aumua and David Pearce. Bath Street Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand. 20 Aug - 20 Sep 2013
[Artwork]Authored by: Birch, I., Jahnke, R., Te Tau, T., Te Whaiti, R.
Arapere, EM., Te Tau, T., Reweti, B., Hudson, S., & Mata Aho Collective, . (2013, January 17). Mata Aho Collective: Te Whare Pora. [Large Scale Installation]. Enjoy Public Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand. 17 Jan - 09 Feb 2013.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.
Arapere, EM., Te Tau, TP., Reweti, B., Hudson, S., & Mata Aho Collective, . (2013) Mata Aho Collective: Enjoy Summer Residency.. [Exhibition] [Artist in Residence] Wellington: Enjoy Public Art Gallery. 17 Jan 2013
[Artwork]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP., Arapere, E., Hudson, S., & Reweti, B. (2013) Mata Aho Collective: Old Hall Gigs.. [Exhibition] [Mink Blanket textile installation, 10mx5m ] Wellington, Vogelmorn Hall, 18 May 2013
[Artwork]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP., & Reweti, B. (2013). The Live Jukebox Performance @ Camp A Low Hum. (Guitars and a cardboard box) Live Jukebox Performance: Camp Waiui, Wellington
[Performance]Authored by: Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, T. (2013) Puwawau. [Exhibition] Aratoi, Museum of Art and History, Wairarapa. Multimedia
[Artwork]Authored by: Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP. (2013, January 17). Mata Aho Collective (2013). "Te Wharepora" Exhibition of work developed through the Enjoy Summer Residency. Curated by Claudia Arozqueta. Retrieved from http://enjoy.org.nz/te-whare-pora. (No. of Pieces: 1) [Faux mink]. Enjoy Gallery, Wellington.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP. (2013, October 4). Te Tau, T. (2013). "Unwarranted and Unregistered 2#" at 'Prism Breakup' Eyebeam, New York. Group exhibition and symposium that invited artists, academics, journalists and activists to explore resistance to surveillance. Curated by Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Nasser Ramsey and Ingrid Burrington. Retrieved from http://prismbreakup.org/. (No. of Pieces: 1) [Unwarranted and Unregistered video adaption]. Eyebeam, New York.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Te Tau, T.
Jahnke, RH. (2013). 2013 Curator of Matatau exhibition at Bath Street Gallery, Parnell. Artists Tanu Aumua, Israel Birch, David Pearce, Bob Jahnke.. [Some of my best friends are blind too. Lacquer on stainless steel]. Bath Street Gallery, Parnell.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Jahnke, R., Te Tau, T.Contributed to by: Jahnke, R.
Te Tau, TP.Matatau; Group exhibition of Toi Oho ki Apiti graduates.. [Exhibition] Bath Street Gallery, Auckland
[Artwork]Authored by: Te Tau, T.

Thesis

Te Tau, T. (2016). Beyond the corners of our whare : a conceptual Māori response to state surveillance in Aotearoa New Zealand. (Doctoral Thesis, Massey University, New Zealand - Written Exegesis Component)
[Doctoral Thesis]Authored by: Te Tau, T.

Conference

Arapere, EM., Te Tau, TP., Reweti, B., & Hudson, S. (2017, June). Mata Aho Collective. Presented at Islands on sale. London, United Kingdom.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.
Smith, H., Pohio, N., Tawhio, T., Hudson, S., Arapere, E., & Te Tau, TP.(2017, September). Mata Aho Collective: Tai Ahiahi///Tai Awatea: Curating Contemporary Māori Art. .
[Conference]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP., Arapere, E., Hudson, S., & Reweti, B. (2017, April). Exploring International Pathways symposium, presentation by Mata Aho Collective. Presented at Tertiary Forum. Government House, Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.
Te Tau, TP., Jahnke, H., & Wilkinson, A.(2014, November). A kaupapa Māori approach to practice based & practice led research in doctoral studies in the creative arts. .
[Conference]Authored by: Jahnke, H., Te Tau, T.

Other

Te Tau, TP., Hudson, S., Reweti, B., & Arapere, E. (2017). Mata Aho Collective. "An Art Matriarch: Why Maureen Lander is a Boss.". : Pantograph Punch
[Internet publication]Authored by: Arapere, E., Te Tau, T.

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Co-supervisor 1 0

Current Doctoral Supervision

Co-supervisor of:

  • Fraser Findlay - Doctor of Philosophy
    Wha; Packaging ethnology within contemporary paradigms (contextualising what it is to be contemporary Maori through visual discussion

Media and Links

Media

  • 30 Jan 2013 - Online
    Collaborative work presented on mink blankets
    Exhibition Review of Mata Aho Collective Te Whare Pora by Mark Amery
  • 29 Sep 2016 - Radio, Online
    RNZ: A discussion on Unwarranted and Unregistered
    Artist and designer Johnson Witehira discusses his artwork of choice for the Masterpiece segment on Radio New Zealand
  • 23 Oct 2015 - Newspaper, Online
    Manawatu Standard news: Taipō (group exhibition)
    Newspaper article reporting on Taipō, an exhibition of works by Bridget Reweti, Rongomaiaia Te Whaiti and Terri Te Tau at Te Manawa Museum of Art Science and History, Palmerston North.
  • 17 Jul 2014 - Online
    CIRCUIT CAST Episode 12: Kim Pieters, Terri Te Tau
    Interview discussing Unregistered and Unwarranted @ Eyebeam in New York
  • 06 May 2015 - Online
    Review of 'Disrupting the Narrative' by Mark Amery
  • 02 Sep 2016 - Online
    The New Sincerity in Aotearoas Landscape Mythology
    A review of Ōtākaro by Terri Te Tau and Bridget Reweti

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