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Lonnie Hutchinson

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Lonnie Hutchinson is a multi-media artist who has exhibited extensively throughout Australasia and in exhibitions internationally. Her output, which is informed by her Ngāi Tahu and Samoan heritage, regularly pays homage to Pacific women and their traditional arts.

Part of Matariki Festival 2011,
Exhibition: 4 June – 24 July 2011,
Mangere Arts Centre – Ngā Tohu o Uenuku,
Corner Bader Drive and Orly Avenue, Mangere.
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Sista7, 2003, Collection of Christchurch Art Gallery

Working across media including sculpture, painting, screen-printing and performance art, Hutchinson’s work is most recognisable for its signature cut-out style.

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Lolelole, 2003

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Whakaraupo, 2002

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Sista Girl, 2004

Among those galleries that include Hutchinson’s works within their permanent collections are the Auckland Art Gallery, Christchurch Art Gallery, National Gallery of Australia and Queensland Art Gallery.

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Beat the Feet, Lonnie Hutchinson, Commissioned for SCAPE 2008, Photo courtesy of the artist.
For this commissioned work, Hutchinson installed a binocular station inside Christchurch Cathedral – this provided the viewer with an alternative interpretation of the Cathedral or ‘virtual reality’, informed by images and sound from the natural environment.