Contributors

Marcia Langton

Articles

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Homeland: Sacred Visions and the Settler State
In spite of supporting a vast artworld of curators, critics and collectors, the 'otherness' of Aboriginal art in the Western canon persists, fuelled by white settler reluctance to acknowledge history. The valorisation of the life and work of Emily Kame Kngwarray is one of the great imponderables of our time. Her extreme age, traditional origins, style of painting and prodigious output were the causes. Most significantly she demonstrated the possibility of human intimacy with landscapes.
Reconciliation: Indigenous art for the 21st Century
NAVA Samstag Bendigo Art Gallery Australian Body Art Festival