Collective of LGBTQIA+ artists and activists of Māori and Pacific origin. Founded in 2013 by Pati Solomona Tyrell and Tanu Gago, its name mixes fa'afafine and swag, and its works explore and give visibility to the queer and gender-fluid identities of racialized peoples in Oceania. Working in a collaborative and multidisciplinary way, the collective uses supports ranging from photography, film, music to performance and installation to contest the low queer indigenous representation, activating public and digital spaces. Their works have already been shown at the Sydney Biennale (2020); International Film Festival Rotterdam, Netherlands (2020); Centre Pompidou, Paris, France (2018); Moku Pacific HQ, London, England (2018). They have been granted awards from the Arts Foundation of New Zealand and the Auckland Theatre. They live in Auckland.