Framing: Archival Print on Diasec Tru Life. Paper: Canson Infinity Platine Fibre Rag.
KoheKohe is the Maori name for the beautiful native tree, Dysoxylum spectabile. The Kohekohe flowers are rarely seen as the tree doesn't flower every year. When it does blossom, its small white flowers allude to the most exquisite fragrances imaginable. In this work, the flowers seem to spell the word ‘love’, hence the title. The flower specimens, once collected, were immersed in water, under natural light, referencing life between the sea and the sky.