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Julie Dowling | Yagu Gurlbarl (Big Secret)
Until - 29 Nov
Yagu Gurlbarl (Big Secret) presents a collection of works by renowned artist Julie Dowling. Yagu Garlburl (Big Secret) centers on the theme of slavery of First Nations Peoples in Australia, both in past centuries and in current Australian society. The exhibition presents a series of highly decorated figurative artworks that draw in and engage the viewer. Closer inspection reveals a strong political edge challenging the myth that First Nations Peoples were/are lazy and a drain on society.
Julie Dowling, Granny Mary, 2017. Image courtesy City of Greater Geraldton
Claire Davenhall | Lost Soles: Sent Beyond the Sea
12 Sep - 18 Oct
Claire Davenhall is an international artist who explores the early migration of people to Australia through her sculptural work, capturing the lost soles from convict women from the first and second fleets. This work provides historical identity to those lost souls, condemned to transportation, sentenced to land beyond the sea.
Trevor Bly and Patrick Doherty | Disappointing Vanilla
24 Oct - 6 Dec
Disappointing Vanilla is the latest instalment of experimental prints, drawings and paintings by collaborative artists Trevor Bly and Patrick Doherty exploring the ideas of localism, conflict, myth making and the human condition. Bly and Doherty have been working together for more than 10 years, bringing together their former backgrounds in the graffiti subculture and contemporary art.
Trevor Bly and Patrick Doherty, White Magic, 2017,
silkscreen and mixed media.
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