UNTOLD x Reclamation, restoration and storytelling through contemporary practice
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This talk brings together three of the most exciting and highly regarded emerging First Nations artists showing at 2022 Melbourne Art Fair.
Butchulla and Burmese artist Mia Boe, Arrernte artist Thea Anamara Perkins and Quandamooka artist Kyra Mancktelow all work in different styles, mediums and methods but through their contemporary practice, they are all storytellers; exploring what it means to be First Nations in contemporary Australia, tackling historical inquiry and reclaiming their stories through their art.
Sit with these powerful artists as they share how they’re recovering, reclaiming and preserving their own and others’ stories through their contemporary practice.
This talk is being presented as part of the program for UNTOLD: Marking Life, Indigenous reflections on continuing/maintaining/living rituals presented by Agency Projects.