Jade Kake

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

Jade Kake is an architectural design, writer, and housing advocate. Of Māori and Dutch descent, her tribal affiliations are Ngāpuhi (Ngāti Hau me Te Parawhau), Te Whakatōhea and Te Arawa. Her literary interests include decolonisation, Māori-futurism, and contemporary theology. She has previously written for a variety of housing and architecture magazines and contributed chapters to several books on architecture and urbanism. She lives and works in Whangārei.

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We Are Still Here

Puhi Ariki, the inaugural show at Wairau Māori Art Gallery, recognises the whenua on which it stands and asserts the strength of Ngāpuhi-nui-tonu. Jade Kake reviews.


Indigenous artists unite under the korowai of Te Taitokerau Māori Artists Collective. Jade Kake responds to Ngā Toki at Hīhīaua Cultural Centre.


Jade Kake on the use and misuse of mātauranga Māori in shaping our environment.


Raukura Turei paints with natural clay pigment, evoking the sensuality and sovereignty of atua wāhine. Jade Kake speaks with the artist.


Jade Kake on Ihumātao and the complexities of the Crown-led settlement process.


Not just People of Colour have an identity. Jade Kake looks at how White settler identity is framed in her review of Five Pākehā Painters: Perspectives on Hawke’s Bay.


Even beautiful buildings can be perpetrators of colonial violence, by act or omission.


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