'They Blew Up the Hospital I was Born in' Dean Cross, 'Mill Binna' Leah & Duncan King Smith | Exhibitions 22 Jun - 16 Jul

2017-06-22 18:00
2017-07-16 16:00
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(Image: Dean Cross, Sometimes It All Just Feels Like Too Much (detail), 2017, still from HD looped video)

PhotoAccess presents in the Huw Davies Gallery: They Blew Up the Hospital I was Born in by Dean Cross and Mill Binna by Leah King Smith and Duncan King Smith. Presented through the PhotoAccess Indigenous Photomedia Artists Program

Opening on Thursday 22 June at 6pm
Exhibitions continue through until Sunday 16 July 2017

Exhibitions to be opened by Kelli Cole, Assistant Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art at the National Gallery of Australia.

They Blew Up the Hospital I was Born in Dean Cross
An exhibition by Canberra-born emerging Indigenous artist Dean Cross. Exploring collective memory, remembrance and the trauma of watching ones birthplace be destroyed, Dean’s exhibition has been programmed to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the Royal Canberra Hospital implosion. View the exhibition catalogue

Mill Binna Leah and Duncan King Smith
An exhibition by Indigenous photomedia artist Leah King-Smith and sound artist Duncan King-Smith, both Brisbane-based. The artists are using the gallery space as an experimental playground to create spatial and temporal associations with still and moving images, sounds, objects and light. View the exhibition catalogue
Exhibition supported by:

Public program
Artists in conversation. Sunday 16 July at 2pm. Free event. All welcome.

The 2017 PhotoAccess Indigenous Photomedia Artists program is proudly supported by Lerida Estate Wines.


(Image: Leah King Smith, Hunter Painter (detail), 2017, inkjet print)