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Body of Objects
Dale Harding’s wall murals, sculptures, and installations explore the social and political histories and contemporary realities of his family and people. A descendant of the Bidjara, Garingbal, and Ghungalu peoples, Harding employs diverse techniques and traditions, including domestic handicrafts, ochre stencilling, woodcarving, and silicone casting. Dale Harding: Body of Objects has been developed by Griffith University and documenta 14 to introduce Harding’s work to international audiences in conjunction with his inclusion in documenta 14. Featuring an interview with documenta 14 curator Hendrik Folkerts, an essay by Angela Goddard and a wide selection of images from the studio and exhibitions, Dale Harding: Body of Objects presents Harding’s works and processes, giving context and background to the specific histories he draws on to develop his works.
|Dimensions||28 × 21 × 0.6 cm|