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In the exhibitions Barkindji Blue Sky and Unvanished, Melbourne based Barkindji man Kent Morris uses digital photography to illustrate how Indigenous culture adapts to change.
Rolling out across Adelaide in October, Tarnanthi, an annual platform for contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art, features an art fair, exhibition and festival this year.
Sam Field’s paintings are like colonialist postcards from a post-apocalyptic Australian landscape. His terrains are assembled by combining national logos and images – from vintage Channel Nine logos and football teams, to Blundstone boots and lyrebirds.
The work of James Geurts traverses a range of territories: fault lines in Bendigo, archaeological sites in Melbourne, Litchfield National Park in the Northern Territory, tectonic plates colliding in Italy and two different points on the meridian.
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