Voice and Reason

Since the colonial era, Indigenous artists have been actively examining the conversations and conflicts involving their ancestors and settlers in Australia. Their works affirm the place of their peoples’ cultures in these interactions with different histories and beliefs. This display considers the Indigenous Collection from numerous points of cultural intersection.

Art Exhibition previously on at Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) in Brisbane precinct, Queensland, Australia.
From Monday 18 March 2013 to Tuesday 31 December 2013

Mara people, Narritj skin group, 1937–2002 image

Published by GAGOMA on Monday 22 April 2013.
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It highlights contrasting voices and draws attention to the reasoning, knowledge and experience behind the work of Indigenous artists, some in dialogue with works by non-Indigenous artists.

Artists featured in this display include Vernon Ah Kee, Gordon Bennett, John Citizen, Sue Elliott, Fiona Foley, Robert MacPherson, Luke Roberts and Judy Watson.