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The Blak Infinite : Artist Talks

Tony Albert and ENOKi, Michael Cook and Kait James, Jake Duczynski and Tarryn Love

  • Exhibition
  • Talk
  • Family Friendly
  • Free
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Hear from the artists and curators as they discuss the movements, ideas and stories that underpin the constellation of art at The Blak Infinite.

The Blak Infinite expands as we sit down to go deeper into the themes radiating from some of the program’s major works.

At 1.30pm in The Atrium join Tony Albert (Girramay, Yidinyji and Kuku Yalanji) and his collaborator ENOKi (DjaDja Wurrung and Yorta Yorta) for a chat about the senses of alienation and belonging threaded through Tony's installation BEAM ME UP: The Art of Abduction.

At 3pm, head over to The Edge where Michael Cook (Bidjara) and Kait James will speak on how their artworks flip the script on the colonised and the coloniser by offering alternate realities that recontextualise dominant narratives.

Then, at 4pm, stay at The Edge to hear from Tarryn Love (Gunditjmara, Keerray, Woorroong) and her collaborator Studio Gilay’s Jake Duczynski (Gomeroi, Mandandanji) as they discuss Tarryn’s projection work ngaka – look here that’s set to light the Square each evening with stories of Sky Country and the cosmos.

All talks are free to attend. View Session Details for specific talk times.