<i>Untitled (seven red oxides on glass)</i>, 2019, pigment and binder on glass, 22 x 315 cm, 7 parts: 22 x 45 cm each. Install view, Current Iterations, Institute of Modern Art Brisbane 2019.
Image Carl Warner, courtesy the artist and Milani Gallery Brisbane.

Untitled (seven red oxides on glass), 2019, pigment and binder on glass, 22 x 315 cm, 7 parts: 22 x 45 cm each. Install view, Current Iterations, Institute of Modern Art Brisbane 2019.
Image Carl Warner, courtesy the artist and Milani Gallery Brisbane.

Culture to culture: Dale Harding and Maata Wharehoka

There is no before
  • Sat 29 May 2021
  • 2—3:30PM
  • Govett-Brewster Art Gallery / Len Lye Centre
  • Free
  • All Welcome

In every work of art, there are hidden influences that may not be immediately obvious to audiences.

Join artist Dale Harding (Bidjara, Gungalu, Garingbal) and arts advocate Maata Wharehoka (Ngāti Tahinga, Ngāti Koata, Ngāti Apakura, Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Kuia) in a discussion facilitated by exhibition curator Megan Tamati-Quennell, about the significance of cultural practice in their individual creative process and the ways in which they bring indigenous cultural influences into their work and thinking.

Dale Harding, <i>Extractive Painting I</i>, 2020.

Dale Harding, Extractive Painting I, 2020.

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