Bridget Reweti is an artist from Ngāti Ranginui and Ngāi Te Rangi in Tauranga Moana. Her moving image and photography practice explores landscape perspectives and contemporary indigenous realities
Bridget is part of Mata Aho Collective, a collaboration between four Māori women artists who produce large scale fiber-based works, commenting on the complexity of Māori lives. She is also a active member of Kava Club, a Wellington based collective of Māori and Pacific artists, performers, activists and supporters. Kava Club produce thematic public events that disrupt formulaic modes of representation of minorities.
Currently living in Wellington, Bridget holds a Masters in Māori Visual Arts from Toioho ki Āpiti, Massey University and a PgDip in Museum and Heritage Studies from Victoria University of Wellington.