Auckland based photographer and film maker uses her revealing film installation and framed photographic prints to tell compelling intimate stories of 6 people and their facial Moko.
"The images highlight the strength of human-to-human connections and how this deeply personal contact is essential in the exchange of facial moko. They signify how unity in the world is impossible if we do not celebrate who we are and are confined to judging each other by face value alone" says Serena Stevenson
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