Vol. 8 (2022): post(s)
Akademos

Te Tuna - Whiri: el nudo de las anguilas

Publicado 2022-12-15

Palabras clave

  • taonga,
  • maorí,
  • arte contemporáneo,
  • poscolonialidad

Cómo citar

Barnett, C. . (2022). Te Tuna - Whiri: el nudo de las anguilas. post(s), 8(8), 46–61. https://doi.org/10.18272/posts.v8i8.2850

Resumen

La versión en inglés de este ensayo, “Te  Tuna - Whiri: The Knot of Eels ”, fue publicada originalmente en el libro Animism in Art and Performance, editado por Christopher Braddock y publicado por Palgrave Macmillan en 2017. Agradecemos profundamente a la autora por permitirnos hacer esta traducción.  



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