Slow Boil: Positions with Whaea Taneko, Grayson Goffe and Karamia Müller
Kia toro ake ōna hua me ōna pai kia tauawhia e te Hapori kei kōnei, ki Te ara-o-hape te takiwā o Te-rae-o-Kawharu.
Māu e kitea anō ai he mana tauritetanga e rere ana, he mana motuhake ana, he awa para-kore e rere ana, he taiao hauora e takoto ana, koinā te tino rangatiratanga, e Kaiwhare te whai tapu e i!
Slow Boil is pleased to present a series of public programmes that build upon the foundations of the exhibition; Mana Tauritetanga, Mana Motuhake, slow violence and food sovereignty.
This Saturday (Ōuenuku) from 11am - 3pm there will be a workshop facilitated by Grayson Goffe and Karamia Müller alongside Whaea Taneko, who will guide us through the concept of positions that threads people and their experiences together.
The exhibition opens with the idea that recipes and kai are vessels of intergenerational knowledge transfer, the means to an embodied life force that resists colonisation, and nourishing of community.
From 1pm to 2pm, we share in kai with the Slow Boil team to connect and reflect on the outcomes of the workshop that have taken place earlier in the day.
- (noun) equal status, equity, equality.
- Is often referred to as a practice.
- (noun) separate identity, autonomy, self-government, self-determination, independence, sovereignty, authority - mana through self-determination and control over one's own destiny.
Make time to explore te taiao or near water.
This is also a good time to connect with others and to learn and share karakia or your pepeha.
*This information was adapted from the mātauranga Māori in Living by Moon Te Maramataka A Te Whānau-ā-Apanui by Wiremu Tawhai, 2013, Huia Publishers.