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Diaspora Rendered: Digital Works by Tanu Gago & FAFSWAG Arts Collective

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"Adopting cultural motifs into a digital canvas, Diaspora Rendered holds a critical perspective of what it can mean to participate in a growing displaced population of Moana dreamers, as a compilation of digital moving image works..." - from F.O.L.A. [AKL]

The OutMuseum is thrilled to share these daring, expansive works from FAFSWAG Arts Collective, originally programmed as Diaspora Rendered at the Festival of Live Arts by FAFSWAG founder Tanu Gago and members of the collective. We encourage you to learn more about this amazing group of Māori and Pacific LGBTQIA+ arts and activists by visiting their website, following them on socials, and watching this illuminating Vice documentary short about the underground vogue scene in Aukland, New Zealand.

  • Runtime
    20 minutes
  • Director
    Tanu Gago