Povi Christkeke by Michel Tuffery
Povi Christkeke (Christchurch Bull), a large bullock constructed from flattened and riveted re-cycled corned beef tins, is a colourful and seemingly celebratory sculpture. Artist Michel Tuffery constructed two of these corned beef bull sculptures for a ritual performance entitled Pisupo Lua Afe at the 1997 Christchurch Arts Festival. Pisupo Lua Afe was also included at the inaugural Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art in Brisbane 1993.
Mark Making to Printmaking with Michel Tuffery
Mark Making to Printmaking with Michel Tuffery, During this workshop, ..., Corban Estate Arts Centre, Auckland, Auckland, 18 January 2016 - 22 January 2016
Pisupo lua afe (Corned beef 2000) by Michel Tuffery | Collections Online
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Michel Tuffery & Flox CoLab - Meitaki Maata no te Tuna Manea (eels) - stencil spraypaint and woodblock on embossed archival paper (2014)