14 March – 25 July 2020

Kuli, meaning skin in Fijian, is an exploration of the transference of intergenerational knowledge in Oceanic cultures challenging the western concept of time. Emele Ugavule will present photography and woven articles from the Tokelau community to accompany pieces created by artists from neighbouring Oceanic communities.


Square, halter top, hat and decorative garland weaved from different materials, on display for the KULi exhibition
Image by On Jackson Street Photography