Being bold: fearless women, fearless borders
Conversations on contemporary South Asian art
The women artists in our new exhibition Fearless: contemporary South Asian art question historical events, personal memories and their own identity. In these two talks, hear from younger artists and academics about women in art and the politics of borders and migration.
Image: Adeela Suleman The warrior 2014 in the exhibition Fearless at Art Gallery of New South Wales © Adeela Suleman
Join journalist Neha Kale in discussion with academic Dr Yvonne Low, the Countess Report co-editor Miranda Samuels and artist Shivanjani Lal about the tradition of all-women exhibitions and women artists in South Asia and internationally.
Wednesday 3 October 2018 6:30pm – 7pm
Join curator Mikala Tai (4a Centre for Contemporary Asian Art) in discussion with academic Dr Devleena Ghosh and artists Sancintya Mohini Simpson and Nusra Latif Qureshi about the consequences of shifting borders and migration in the context of post-colonial identity-making.
Wednesday 10 October 2018 6:30pm – 7pm