Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa / The Pacific
The SaVĀge Kʻlub, est. 2010 by Rosanna Raymond, is a convergence of moana makers, queer indigenous and savage vessels birthed in the tentacles of the great wheke, separate but collective. Vā is a Samoan word referring to space, defining it as something active, binding people and things together in reciprocal relationships. The vā is ever present, central in the name SaVĀge, relational in connection with all sites of origin and movement.