Barreeng Yirramboi Exhibition

Barreeng Yirramboi Exhibition

  • 15–30 July 2022
  • Exhibition: 15 – 30 July, opening event 19 July 5 – 7pm in the MADA Gallery, Building D (registration not required).

  • Symposium:  19 – 20 July 10am – 4pm, building G, Art Design and Architecture

Image: From series (Dis)connected to Country, Pitta Pitta (Via the Colonial Gaze), 2020. Courtesy of the artist Jahkarli Romanis

Barreeng Yirramboi is a research symposium and exhibition program presented by the Wominjeka Djeembana Indigenous Research Lab at Monash Art Design and Architecture (MADA). It aims to highlight the relationality between practice-led research and Indigenous ways of knowing.

The exhibition will share the practice-led research and artworks by PhD candidates from the Wominjeka Djeembana Indigenous Research lab alongside artworks by their supervisors

Wominjeka Djeembana opened in 2019 with a vision of providing an identity of Indigeneity at Monash Art, Design and Architecture (MADA) on Caulfield campus. We teach into undergraduate courses, nurture a dynamic Higher Degree by Research program for Indigenous/First Nations candidates, and lead research across creative practice and Indigenous Knowledge systems.

Exhibiting Artists

PhD Candidates

Moorina Bonini
Jahkarli Romanis
wani toaishara
Kareen Adam
Gabi Briggs
Bradley Webb

Supervisors

Professor Brian Martin
Dr Peta Clancy
Dr Desiree Ibinarriaga

Curators

Moorina Bonini
Jahkarli Romanis
wani toaishara
Kareen Adam
Dr Desiree Ibinarriaga

We acknowledge and pay respects to the traditional and sovereign territory of the Boon Wurrung and Wurrundjeri peoples of the Kulin Nations, the traditional owners of the land on which Wominjeka Djeembana is located.

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