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When the moon is overexposed the trenches of the sea are seen in the sky (2015)

Working with a rākau, this mahi occurred during the rise of a full moon revealing abstract forms.

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Nga Aho practitioner:
Olivia Blyth

When the moon is overexposed the trenches of the sea are seen in the sky (2015)

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