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Rachel Ruckstuhl-Mann

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

Rachel Rucktuhl-Mann's roots are in Te Waipounamu (Waitaha, Kāti Māmoe, Kāi Tahu, Rangitāne). Her work dances in the space between visual arts, performance and participatory processes, and soft sculpture, as activations of intimacy, and invitational experiences of being-as-community. In 2023, Rachel - as Whānui Moves - organised and facilitated three versions of Camp Move Play - and intergenerational camp of movement, environment and community. She also produced, designed and performed in two versions of Hine Downtown - a walking performance exploring urban spaces through the lens of a contemporary urban Kāi Tahu māmā. She is a member of the Dirty Laundry Collective.

Everything By: Rachel Ruckstuhl-Mann

Art07.12.23

Dirty Laundry is a collective of artists and writers whose exhibition at Toi Pōneke explored invisible labour in the home. Here, they use images and words to stitch together a 'crazy quilt' about how they collaborate and carve space for creativity in their busy lives.

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