This series of print works depicts a silhouette of the Parihaka leader and prophet Te Whiti walking through the landscape. Within each image, images relating to Parihaka are revealed, from the constabulary invading the village through to the memorial cairn for Te Whiti that now rests there.
Jordan received the 2018 Te Puni Kōkiri Tō Taranakitanga Highly Commended Award at the Taranaki National Art Awards for this piece.
For Jordan' this work was a re-connection with his previously unknown Parihaka whakapapa. Jordan's aim was to look at some of the main events that happened to the people there while also creating a series of work that evokes emotion, and creates a conversation.
The series includes five prints. Each are 297mm x 420mm. Digital print on 200 gsm paper.