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Night is a Sharkskin Drum (review)

Night is a Sharkskin Drum (review) the contemporary pacific · fall 2004 strates the continuum of curatorial practice. As I was so quick to "fess up" about my lack of computer skills, I will also note that I found reading Leonard's text on a computer screen was not my preference. Using the interactive aspects of that piece brought the text to life, and I must now admit that I was glad that the other exhibitions had less text. The cd offered a lot of information and the format works well for the interpretation of art. However, it was best suited to those exhibitions that were less didactic. As a novice to this medium, I also found it difficult to know how to cite information from the texts from the cd. Clearly this is part of the process. This cd carries valuable information and brings insight into the art production of a nation. It is a well-constructed tool that will work exceptionally well in a classroom or teaching situation. New Zealand but also the racism that is its companion--Julie PaamaPengelly creates a "vibrant, evolving, diverse expression of positive Maori identity. Each of the artists in this exhibition shares a unique insight into another world--their world-- http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Night is a Sharkskin Drum (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 16 (2) – Aug 31, 2004

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Abstract

the contemporary pacific · fall 2004 strates the continuum of curatorial practice. As I was so quick to "fess up" about my lack of computer skills, I will also note that I found reading Leonard's text on a computer screen was not my preference. Using the interactive aspects of that piece brought the text to life, and I must now admit that I was glad that the other exhibitions had less text. The cd offered a lot of information and the format works well for the interpretation of art. However, it was best suited to those exhibitions that were less didactic. As a novice to this medium, I also found it difficult to know how to cite information from the texts from the cd. Clearly this is part of the process. This cd carries valuable information and brings insight into the art production of a nation. It is a well-constructed tool that will work exceptionally well in a classroom or teaching situation. New Zealand but also the racism that is its companion--Julie PaamaPengelly creates a "vibrant, evolving, diverse expression of positive Maori identity. Each of the artists in this exhibition shares a unique insight into another world--their world--

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Aug 31, 2004

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