Reconciliation: Indigenous art for the 21st Century

Reconciliation: Indigenous art for the 21st Century

Vol 20 no 1, 2000


A major survey of Australian Indigenous art, overviews and polemic, tributes to major artists, social issues, 'scandals ', the Stolen Generation, health and art, diverse practices, exhibitions and commissions, new museum displays, industry matters, labels of authenticity, copyright and moral rights, new media art with maps of areas of activity. 128 pages in full colour


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Remote Area Computer Art: Multi-Media Talent Emerges in Yuendumu

Author: Ms Sue Angel, feature

Donovan Rice is a young Warlpiri man who has virtually taught himself to make computer art in the remote community of Yuendumu. He is making digital images and animations which relate to his own cultural situation against the backdrop of a chronically disfunctional society. He works under the aegis of Warlpiri Media, a community-run media resource centre and TV production house.



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