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Salvador Brown

Composer, Moana Pacific Composer


Salvador Brown is an Aotearoa-born Samoan/Tuvaluan, Gaelic Norseman. He is a child of the Pacific Sisters and the heir apparent to the SaVĀge K’lub. Growing up immersed in all aspects of Moana culture he found his aroha for Taonga Pūoro at the young age of 4. Now using his gathered knowledge of Taonga Pūoro o te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa, Photography, Videography and Music Production he creates works that reimagine the sounds of the past into the present.

Right now, Salvador is knee-deep in his research project, "Measina Logo - Treasured Sound," digging into the connections between Samoan musical instruments across Moana-nui-a-Kiwa. His gig at Tautai's Moana Waiwai, Moana Pāti showcased his soundscape masterpiece, DigiTā VāSā. He is also teaming up with dancer Rachel Ruckstuhl-Mann to explore the sweet dance of sound and body through the epic tale of Hine-ahu-one.

In 2019, Salvador kicked off the Pacific Sisters: Fashion Activists exhibition at the Auckland Art Gallery, and has travelled to London and Paris for the Oceania exposition. He also documented the SaVĀge K'lub for the Queensland Art Gallery's 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art in 2015.