In December 1642 the first meeting between Māori and Europeans took place: Ngāti Tūmatakōkiri and Abel Tasman. This encounter is illustrated from a 17th century point of view in the now iconic image of the 'Murderer's Bay'. Project 'View on Golden Bay' wants to rebuild this illustration with the help of views from artists, writers and researchers from both New Zealand and The Netherlands. The project will result in a book and exhibition. (read more).  In december 1642 vond de eerste ontmoeting plaats tussen Māori en Europeanen: Ngāti Tūmatakōkiri en Abel Tasman. Deze ontmoeting wordt vanuit 17e eeuw Europees perspectief weergegeven in de inmiddels iconografische illustratie van de 'Moordenaarsbaai'. Project 'Zicht op Golden Bay' wil dit beeld opnieuw opbouwen met behulp van inzichten van kunstenaars, schrijvers en onderzoekers uit zowel Nieuw-Zeeland als Nederland. Het project zal resulteren in een boek en expositie. (lees meer).


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participants  deelnemers

Raewyn Atkinson – ceramist, Wellington, New Zealand / San Francisco, USA

Janet Bathgate – artist, designer, Nelson, New Zealand

Krijnie Beyen – visual artist, Deventer, The Netherlands

Black Pete – photographer, Golden Bay, New Zealand

Rudolf Boelee – visual artist, Christchurch, New Zealand

Arjan van der Boon / The Dutch Connection – president The Dutch Connection / Museum Centre Trust, New Zealand

Hillegon Brunt – visual artist, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Karl Chitham / M.O.T.H. – visual artist / art collection curator, The University of Waikato – Te Whare Wananga o Waikato, New Zealand

John Clarke – New Zealand / UK

Roger Collins – art historian, Otago, New Zealand

Vincent van Delft – visual artist, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Belle van Dijk – visual artist, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Ger Driessen – visual artist, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Lawrence English – composer, media artist, curator, Brisbane, Australia

Chris Flavell – visual artist, New Zealand

Brian Flintoff – carver (bone, wood, traditional Maori musical instruments), Nelson, New Zealand

Richard Francis – sound artist, Auckland, New Zealand

Bea van Golen – photographer, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Penny Griffith – coördinator Abel Tasman 370th Commemoration: 2012, Collingwood, New Zealand

Yvonne Halfens – sculptor, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Marga van den Heuvel / Appeltje-S – illustrator, designer, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Gerard Hindmarshwriter and journalist, Tukurua, New Zealand

Jay Hortonvideo, sound and graphic artist, Takaka, New Zealand

Anton Houtappels – photographer, filmer, Wyler, Germany

Robert Jenkin – artist (diorama in Golden bay Museum), writer of ‘Strangers in Mohua’, Takaka, New Zealand

Sophie van Kempen – graphic designer, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Dennis Kersten – department of English Language and Culture of Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Rangi Kipa – contemporary and traditional Maori artist, New Zealand

Nushka Lange – Golden Bay, New Zealand

Ruediger Mack – researcher Abel Tasman, Wellington, New Zealand

Marian Maguire – graphic artist, printer, Christchurch, New Zealand

Tim van der Meer – visual artist, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Zippora Meijer – visual artist, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Toon van Meijl – Head of Department, Dept. of Anthropology and Development Studies, Centre for Pacific and Asian Studies, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

John & Hilary Mitchell – researchers and writers of ‘Te Tau Ihu O Te Waka’, New Zealand

Bob Negryn – photographer, Amersfoort, The Netherlands

Marco Overkamp – artist, designer, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Udo Prinsen – animator, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Mona Randall – writer, Golden Bay, New Zealand

Dean Raybould – artist, illustrator, Takaka, New Zealand

Kathy Reilly – etcher, painter, Motupipi, New Zealand

Anneke Renes –  visual artist, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Moana Lee Robertson – artist, designer, Takaka, New Zealand

Jon Shearer – Qingdao, China

Faisel Saro – visual artist, Groningen, The Netherlands

Joke Schoneveld – visual artist, Leiden, The Netherlands

Robin Slow – Kokowai artist, teacher, Takaka, New Zealand

Ine van Son – monumental (textile) artist, Moergestel, The Netherlands

Ngatai Taepa – visual artist, lecturer Maori Visual Arts Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand

Tracey Tawhiao / House of Taonga – writer, poet, lawyer, painter, visual artist, New Zealand

Christina Thompson – editor of Harvard Review and writer of Come on shore and we will kill and eat you, Boston, USA

Astrid Visser – visual artist, teacher, Blenheim, New Zealand

Ellen Vomberg – visual artist, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Patricia Te Arapo Wallace – researcher and lecturer, Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, Aotahi School of Maori & Indigenous Studies, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

Tonie Watts – writer, Golden Bay, New Zealand

Léonne van der Weegen – information specialist at Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Eva Wijers – visual artist, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Fiona Wilson – visual artist, Auckland, New Zealand

Richard Woolley – filmmaker, musician, author, UK

Art Zegelaar – writer of ‘Awesome Adventures of an Immigrant’, The Netherlands

Rutger Zuydervelt / Machinefabriek -composer, graphic designer, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Jane Zusters – visual artist, Christchurch, New Zealand

 

Hartebeest would like to thank all the participants above and the following persons and institutions for their help: Abel Tasman 370th CommemorationNationaal Archief Den HaagNetherlands Embassy in New ZealandOnetahua Marae, Anne SalmondAnneke BorrenGB Weekly, Suzan & Hijlko, Abel Tasman Kabinet Lutjegast, Gemeente GrootegastGolden Bay Museum TakakaAddo MuldersPatrick Rose, Nelson MailFresh FMMuseum Volkenkunde LeidenAnatoki Salmon Farm, Staete Landt


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