Continuum brings together different generations of Indigenous artists to share their stories and journeys though ceramic sculptural objects and vessels. The connection and practice of traditional culture has been challenging for many Indigenous people since colonisation, with the harsh and rigid life on Missions and concentrated efforts to eradicate culture and language causing significant cultural loss.
This exhibition acknowledges both the hardship that Indigenous people have endured since colonisation and the strength and resilience they have sustained for over 60,000 years. Through their ceramics practices, the exhibiting artists connect with their diverse cultural backgrounds, spanning from Arrernte Country in the Northern Territory, the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in north-west South Australia and Wailwan Country in north-east New South Wales.
Exhibitors include: Alfred Lowe, Uncle Kevin ‘Sooty’ Welsh and Carlene Thompson and Anne Thompson from Ernabella Arts
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