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Tohu (marks and signs2) are a form of literacy and are boundless within “te ao toi” (the art world), but there are particular tohu that encourage story telling or interpretations of the different forms, or even the personifications, of wai. This artwork is an attempt at a figurative description of what happens when water falls.
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