Image by Ivan Masic
As the moon rises on the first ever FUSE, artworks from local Aboriginal artists emerge.
Projected across the urban environment, they tell a story of culture, identity, politics and self-expression, and exist as a strong and unapologetic reminder that, despite colonial occupation, this is and always will be Aboriginal land. Tapestry is an act of reclamation, intervention and decolonisation; an invitation to freely engage with contemporary Aboriginal art and question and reflect on this country’s narrative.
Featuring works by Ngurungaeta William Barak (Wurundjeri Woi wurrung), Peter Waples-Crowe (Ngarigu), Steven Rhall (Taungurung) & Fergus Binns, Katie West (Yindjibarndi), Josh Muir (Yorta Yorta/Gunditjmara) and Edwina Green (Trawlwoolway), as well as the premiere screening of Birrarung Story (Wurundjeri Woi wurrung).
"Decolonisation is like a tapestry; our culture is like a tapestry with big bloody stab holes in it and what we’ve gotta do is repair that. We will probably never get the same thread, but it will be ours and something we can own and use to move forward."
Event & ticketing details
Dates & Times
|Exhibition||Friday 13 & Saturday 14 March - 8pm - 11pm|
|FREE||Bookings not required|