In ‘Calm of Hauraki Gulf’, each layer's shapes are abstracted from species and happenings found in the Hauraki Gulf/Tīkapa Moana, that contribute to the survival of the Bryde's whale and the ocean as a whole. Biodiversity is so important to a sustainable ocean and we must protect our oceans and waterways.
Layer 2. Sea sponges
Layer 3. Kelp and seaweeds
Layer 4. Seashells and shellfish
Layer 5. Plankton
You can visit 'Calm of Hauraki Gulf' in Three Lamps at the corner of Jervois Road and Ponsonby Road until the 18th of April. At the end of the public exhibition, the tails will be auctioned and the funds raised will go to WWF NZ. You can go to WWF website to find out more. https://whaletales2022.org/