NOT OPEN 26 JANUARY
Set frame. Take back. Tell. Seventeen leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and collectives pull culture and its survival into focus through a powerful and multifaceted exhibition that embraces tradition and culture, as well as the potential new technologies offer contemporary arts practice.
Tell features photo-based and inspired works by Moorina Bonini, Maree Clarke, Bindi Cole Chocka, Brenda L Croft, Destiny Deacon, Robert Fielding, Deanne Gilson, Jody Haines, Dianne Jones, Ricky Maynard, Hayley Millar-Baker, Kent Morris, Pitcha Makin Fellas, Steven Rhall, Damien Shen, Warwick Thornton, James Tylor & Laura Wills.
Curated by Palawa woman Jessica Clark, Tell is a platform for artists to share their stories, confront the legacies of invasion and dispossession, and consider their place in a globalised Australia and the digital world.
"Photography is a powerful tool that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists are using to reframe history on their own terms, weaving narratives of Indigenous experience" Jessica Clark, Curator
Photo: Warwick Thornton, Untitled 2, (detail) 2013, pigment print; 2 parts; 100 x 100 cm and 14.8 x 14.8 cm; courtesy the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery.
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