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	Image: Reko Rennie No sleep till Dreamtime 2014 (detail), birch plywood, metallic textile foil, synthetic polymer, diamond dust, gold leaf. Courtesy of the artist and Blackartprojects

Talk: Reko Rennie

Hear about the installation

Reko Rennie is a Kamilaroi artist based in Melbourne. He explores his Aboriginal identity through contemporary mediums. Reko will explain how his latest installation No sleep till Dreamtime combines the iconography of his Kamilaroi heritage with stylistic elements of graffiti and street art.

Note: unfortunately Reko is unable to come to the Gallery for this talk. Cara Pinchbeck, the Gallery’s curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, will speak instead. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Image: Reko Rennie No sleep till Dreamtime 2014 (detail), birch plywood, metallic textile foil, synthetic polymer, diamond dust, gold leaf. Courtesy of the artist and Blackartprojects

Wednesday 5 November 2014, 5.30pm

Free

Duration 30 minutes
Location: Yiribana Gallery

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Related gallery: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander gallery