Incinerator Gallery

Gabi Briggs, Indiana Hunt, Moorina Bonini, and Tarryn Love

These Arms Hold

This exhibition shines a light on how Aboriginal women have always been resistance fighters, from the Frontier Wars to now, whose histories have been erased through colonial violence. The exhibition will traverse contemporary and traditional ways of representing and embodying women’s weaponry and resistance from the south-east of so-called Australia.

Through workshops and conversations, artists Gabi Briggs, Indianna Hunt, Moorina Bonini, and Tarryn Love will come together to honour their sovereignty, strength and bloodlines as Aboriginal women through a collaborative installation.

These Arms Hold emphasises that Aboriginal women have always fought for their Country, waterways, kin, children, and themselves.

Curated by Maya Hodge. Presented in support with Blak Dot Gallery.

6 July—8 September

Incinerator Gallery

180 Holmes Road Moonee Ponds VIC 3039