Size: 995 cm (h)
Voller's work is based on "a progression of conceptual ideals implicating extreme use of indirect movement and unforeseen interplay of systematic measurements." The panels originated from a cognitive source, developing as the geometric elements took on different meaning in relation to each other.
Voller received her Diploma of Visual Arts in 2-D / 3-D Design from Nelson Polytechnic in New Zealand. Since then, she has exhibited in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Rotorua, Whakatane, Nelson, Greymouth, and Te Kaha.
Voller states, "My Identity has become a means of expressing and re-interpreting the Knowledge that I have acquired: to refind and make anew, to uphold the mana of self preservation through the understanding of Tikanga Maori and to encompass, embrace, and embody the Spirituality and Ideology of our Culture and our People as Tangata Whenua, as Maori."