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Natalie Austin, Memory of Water, curated by Marika Davies


This SALA The Mill presents a new solo exhibition, Memory of Water, by Antikjrita woman Natalie Austin, supported by Wangkangurru woman and independent curator Marika Davies. Natalie speaks of the artists connection and relationship to Country as motif within her life.

Natalie traces her life from child, teen, mother and now grandmother and the meaningful role that Country has in her understanding of self and community. She says ‘painting is my passion and gives me peace.’ Natalie has worked with curator Marika Davies to develop this exhibition, an inaugural collaboration between The Mill and regional South Australian Aboriginal artists.

Memory of Water is presented in partnership with Ku Arts, City of Adelaide and Human Kind Studios. The exhibition has also had generous support from Ursula Halpin at Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery.
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