Chantel Matthews is a conceptual artist.  Her practice is fundamentally described as sculptural moments that  explore social, political, and cultural concerns through her own subjectivity as a woman, mother, artist, and wahine Māori. Through process-led exchanges, experience is located at the centre as story-telling mechanisms, contributing to objects in the making that become both ‘things’ and ‘things that matter.’  

Chantel works and resides in Aotearoa, New Zealand.

( Ngati Koata, Tainui Awhiro)

At the Foot of the Maunga: Whanui Auckland Arts Festival 2020, Prelude:Gow Langsford 2020,AUT Head of School Award 2019, BC Collective Indigenous Award 2019,What's inside matters: Silo6 2019, The Artist and the Undertaker: Auckland Art Gallery 2019,Emergent:See Lake House Arts Gallery 2019, Bystander of Tomorrow: Nathan Homestead Manurewa 2016.  Atamira Maori in the City: Shed 10, Auckland City 2013, Ferrari 2013, Muka: Te Noho Kotahitanga Marae 2012.


Changing Landscape of Glen Innes

Review: EyeContact