Gabi Lardies 2021
Gabi Lardies earned a Master of Fine Arts from Elam School of Fine Arts in 2019 and a diploma in Sociology and Creative Writing in 2020. She co-runs Pipi Press, a publishing house which focuses on critical, hopeful content encompassing the poetic and political. Lardies pursues a text-based art practice and works as a graphic designer.
Nââwié Tutugoro 2021
Nââwié Tutugoro is an artist based on Waiheke Island who graduated with a Master of Fine Arts from Elam School of Fine Arts in early 2021. Tutugoro’s multidisciplinary practice is centred around identity, transience, colonisation and hybridity.
Andrew Rankin 2020
Andrew Rankin graduated from Elam School of Fine Arts with a Master of Fine Arts (First Class Honours) in 2019. His research is engaged with the conceptual parameters of photography as a reproducible medium, and his works explore relationships between frame, form and image. In 2020 he was a finalist in the Molly Morpeth Canaday Award and the Wallace Art Awards. Te Tuhi nominated Andrew for the Arts Foundation Springboard programme at the end of 2020.
Caroline Faigan 2020
Caroline Faigan graduated with a Master of Fine Arts (First Class Honours) from Elam School of Fine Arts in 2019. Her Masters project explored the character Lilith from Hebrew mythology, through object and sculptural installation. She presented the solo exhibition Lilith at Millers O’Brien, Pōneke Wellington in 2019.