Aniwaniwa refers to rapids on the Waikato River in Aotearoa New Zealand, near Horahora village where Graham’s father was born. In 1947 the building of a hydroelectric dam flooded Horahora, submerging historic Māori sites. In a kind of poetic resistance, villagers in the video go about their daily lives and chores despite their town being submerged in water. The five suspended black vessels reference Māori wakahuia, carved boxes that hold precious memories. The vessels’ patterning mimics the tunnels insects make in wood. The installation’s soundtrack features celebrated Māori vocalists Whirimako Black and Deborah Wai Kapohe and electronic musician Paddy Free.