This series of work is my response to the current situation of the Hawaiian Homelands. Indigenous families can wait for years on a long list before finally being granted a tiny plot of land in areas the state government has designated for Hawaiian settlement under the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act of 1920. Many are denied access, and this current series provides a tongue-in-cheek, customizable, and portable solution, albeit a poor substitute to the real thing.
Info: Commercially produced carts with a variety of custom modifications that currently include unique fiberglass panels, lifted wheel units and mobile taro farming capabilities.
We cannot display this gallery