IMA PodcastKimberley Moulton: Seeing in Blak and White; On a Scale of One to 1788 How Authentic Are You?

Kimberley Moulton

Seeing in Blak and White; On a Scale of One to 1788 How Authentic Are You?

In Colour

26 September 2017

Seeing in Blak and White; On a Scale of One to 1788 How Authentic Are You? What influence does the collection of historical cultural material in both art and natural history museums have on contemporary Aboriginal art today? How are artists challenging the palette of what is ‘acceptable’ Aboriginal art?

In this third In Colour lecture, Yorta Yorta woman Kimberley Moulton discusses her experiences researching and curating in international collections and highlight work of South Eastern First Peoples who respond and re-contextualise cultural material in museums. She considers colour in such practices through the lenses of identity, the western art canon, and notions of authenticity.

From the Event

In Colour

Kimberley Moulton

26 September 2017

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands where the IMA now stands. We pay our respect to Elders, past, present and emerging.