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In the Frame: Isaac Julien and Franklin Sirmans On the interconnectedness of humanity

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Hear renowned British filmmaker and installation artist Isaac Julien in conversation with Franklin Sirmans, director of the Perez Art Museum Miami, as they discuss key themes from the exhibition Family: Visions of a Shared Humanity, which is guest curated by Sirmans. They are joined for an introduction by Jackie Dunn, special exhibitions curator at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Family features the work of nine leading international video artists – including Julien – on the interconnectedness of humanity at a moment of division.

The talk is open captioned and Auslan-interpreted.

It is supported by the UK/Australia Season Patrons Board, the British Council and the Australia Government as part of the UK/Australia Season.

In the Frame is a series of lively conversations with artists and thinkers that unpacks the connections between art and the ideas, issues and events that matter most to us today. It is proudly supported by the Art Gallery Society of NSW and Macquarie University.