Opening 4 December 2021, Tūhuratia Exploded showcases the innovative photographic artwork of Auckland artist Richard Parry with a series of 16 brightly coloured ’exploded view’ images of much-loved handheld games and consoles from the early 1980s until now.
Kei ngā kanohi haere o ngā maunga whakahī, o ngā wai whakaora. Nei rā te karanga a Tūhuratia ki a koutou kia tirotiro ā-Māui ki ngā mahi toi ataata nā te ringatoi o Tāmakimakaurau, nā Richard Parry. Ko āna mahi me ngā purere kēmu o tērā rau tau ki ā mohoa nei he mea whakamīharo. Huaki ai ngā tatau hei te 4 o Tīhema, nā reira, nau piri
mai, nau tata mai ki Tūhuratia.
This colourful and fun exhibition explores new and creative ways to engage with technology through the concepts of making and dismantling, moving around and pulling apart, with visitors able to see and explore the inner workings of both old and new tech objects.
He kitenga hou tēnei whakaari toi ataata e tūhura ai i ngā ara auaha hei pāhekoheko ki ngā tūmomo hangarau mā ngā ariā o te waihanga me te kōpana, o te tirotiro haere me te whakamatariki hoki. He kitenga hou mā te hunga kia kite i ngā nekehanga a roto o ngā hangarau tawhito, o ngā hangarau hou...nau mai, haere mai.
With interactive and hands-on activities, and digital experiences, there is something for the whole whānau to enjoy.
E Tama Hī, e Hine Tā
Korikori Tī, Rāweke Hā
Matihiko Kī, Harikoa Kā
Tūhuratia Māori mā!
Be inspired and surprised this December with Tūhuratia Exploded.
Maranga mai rā Māui Hihiko, Māui Ohooho!
Whāngaihia te ngākau hihiko,
poipoia te ngākau titikaha
ki Tūhuratia hei te Tīhema e!
Location: Building 5 at M1, Great North Road.
Entrance: Motion sensor automatic doors and a wide entrance.
Noise: Videos and interactives throughout the exhibition.
Mobility parking is available on site at M1. Please arrange in advance, see our Accessibility information.