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The Bodies That Were Not Ours

The Bodies That Were Not Ours Presented by Next Wave

The Bodies That Were Not Ours
brings together the work of emerging Indigenous artists from Australia, Canada and New Zealand. This exhibition uses video and multimedia to respond to leading art writer Coco Fusco's essay 'The Bodies That Were Not Ours'. The artists tackle issues of race, identity and post-colonialism. This project has been developed and supported by Linden-St Kilda Centre for Contemporary Arts and Next Wave.

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Supported by Linden-St Kilda Centre for Contemporary Arts, City of Port Phillip and Arts Victoria.

Date: 18 March23 April
Time: 1:00pm – 6:00pm (Tuesday – Sunday)
Location: Linden-St Kilda Centre for Contemporary Arts, 26 Acland St.

Image: Terrance Houle, The Metrosexual Indian, 2005
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