RESIST-STANCE: Blak Douglas & Jason Wing
A micro survey show of hand-picked works seen for the first time on Bundjalung Country.
For a period nearing two decades, Blak Douglas & Jason Wing have been exhibiting politically charged art works. Motivated by the ongoing failure of respective Governments to fully reconcile the historic atrocities inflicted upon First Nations peoples of this continent.
This exhibition brings fresh light from these two Koori artists from the South East. A micro ‘survey’ show of hand-picked works seen for the first time on Bundjalung Country. A duo protest and a resistance in the face of cultural adversity. This is a carefully curated suite of both two & three-dimensional works revisited from earlier periods of practice.
"Whilst ever the WASP patriarchy pretends that we don’t exist, we shall stand up and resist".
Blak Douglas, 2021
On view to 24 April 2022.
Top: Blak Douglas, K9 vs Bloodline on the Breadline, 2008, synthetic polymer on canvas, 151 x 261 cm, (detail). Courtesy of the artist and Nanda\Hobbs Gallery
Homepage square: Jason Wing, Untitled, 2022, corten steel, LED lighting with power block, powder-coated, matt varnish, and aluminium bracket, 5 x steel shields, 120 x 45.6 cm (detail). Courtesy of the artist and Artereal Gallery.
Slider: Blak Douglas, The Abolition of ATSIC & the Seven States of Grievance, 2005, synthetic polymer on canvas, 170 x 300 cm, (detail). Courtesy of the artist and Nanda\Hobbs Gallery.
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