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Museum science communicators Alice Morrison and Quinn Hawthorne developed the exhibition.
Mr Mahalski, who owns the Dunedin Museum of Natural Mystery, had created artworks based on fossil specimens of 12 extinct hominid species.
The works are presented as larger-than-life digital projections on the walls of the museum’s Beautiful Science Gallery.
The show includes the famous Lucy specimen (Australopithecus afarensis), that
was discovered in 1974, the elusive Denisovans, and Neanderthals.
The exhibition opened last Friday and runs until June 10.