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Tony Albert
Projecting our future

Tony Albert Projecting our future 2002-13 (detail in progress), installation made of reworked objects, sculptures and paintings; original photographs, paintings and drawings and three unique artworks by Daniel Boyd, Dale Harding and TextaQueen, dimensions variable, approx 280 × 1200 cm, private collection, New Zealand © the artist

AGNSW Contemporary Project

Tony Albert’s practice interrogates the contemporary legacies of colonial oppression from an Indigenous Australian perspective. Projecting our future continues his process of integrating re-worked ‘Aboriginalia’ (kitsch objects that naively depict Australian Aboriginal people) with new painted and graphic elements to create complex, expansive wall installations. The final part in a major trilogy, the work considers cultural difference in relation to pride, optimism and solidarity.

AGNSW Contemporary Projects are supported by Andrew Cameron

 
Contemporary art with UBS

18 May – 7 Jul 2013

Free admission

Location:
Contemporary project space