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Corban Estate Arts Centre curator Lisa Rogers invited object artists Ronald Andreassend and Karen Chan to submit artworks for an exhibition celebrating Matariki. Keen to broaden the creative scope, Ronald approached the poets from Metonymy to contribute prose to the exhibit. The successful collaboration resulted in an inspiring show of poetry, light and ceramic design. Global Eyes Feet Voice documents this unique event, paying homage to Maori New Year and combining the creative talents of eight New Zealanders Each ceramic light is conceived as a three-dimensional reconstruction of the poetry written specifically for the Matariki exhibition. The poems reflect the memories and identities of each poet, their interpretations of the meaning of Matariki and their relationship to Aotearoa. With a CD.