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Bound and unbound : sovereign acts /

by Baker, Ali Gumillya [author,]; Blanch, Faye Rosas [author.]; Harkin, Natalie [author,]; Tur, Simone [author.]; Worby, Gus [editor.]; Yunggorendi First Nations Centre [issuing body]; Fontanelle Gallery & Studios [host institution]; Art Gallery of South Australia [host institution]; State Library of South Australia [host institution]; (1st : Tarnanthi 2015 : Adelaide, S.A.).
Type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 26 pages : colour illustrations, music, portraits ; 30 cm.ISBN: .Subject(s): Baker, Ali Gumillya -- Exhibitions | Harkin, Natalie -- Exhibitions | Arts, Aboriginal Australian -- 21st century -- Exhibitions | Art, Aboriginal Australian -- 21st century -- Exhibitions | Aboriginal Australians -- History | Aboriginal Australians -- Social life and customs -- History | Aboriginal Australians -- Ethnic identity | Land settlement -- Australia -- History | Australia -- Race relations -- HistorySummary: Bound and unbound : sovereign acts - Act I was an "An exhibiton of experimental work that explored complex ideas of being both bound and free ; what we are bound to historically and, as sovereign people, what we choose to (un)bind ourselves to and from, both now and into the future." --Introduction. Its works included art works in a variety of media, music, poetry, memoirs, history, personal statements by Aboriginal Australians; Act II consisted of performances.
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Published to accompany the exhibition Bound and unbound : sovereign acts - Act I, Decolonising methodologies of the lived and spoken, at Fontanelle Gallery & Studios, Bowden, SA, 24 August - 21 September 2015, and the performances Bound and unbound : sovereign acts - Act II, held at Art Gallery of South Australia 8 October 2015 and State Library of South Australia, 14 October 2015 as part of Tarnanthi 2015.

Editor: Gus Worby; curator, Act I: Ali Gumilya Baker.

Includes bibliographical references (page 26)

Bound and unbound : sovereign acts - Act I was an "An exhibiton of experimental work that explored complex ideas of being both bound and free ; what we are bound to historically and, as sovereign people, what we choose to (un)bind ourselves to and from, both now and into the future." --Introduction. Its works included art works in a variety of media, music, poetry, memoirs, history, personal statements by Aboriginal Australians; Act II consisted of performances.

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