27 November – 18 December 2021
Opening hours: 1pm-4pm Sat, 10am-5pm Tue-Fri
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seeing time is Brook Andrew‘s new body of work reflecting on and abstracting the concept of time and mark-making. That is, how one perceives and hopes to either manipulate, push against or fall into time.
These paintings were created during 2021 and centre on Brook’s alternative visions of time and mark-making outside the Western art canon. This is a contribution to current challenges and dialogues around decolonisation, which is for him, a progression towards a state of yindyamarra-gunhanha (ongoing respect).
yindyamarra-gunhanha is a term Brook has developed to deal with the often challenging space of museum research and repatriation. His signature black and white patterns are adopted from his Wiradjuri cultural heritage. By doing so, he reinforces the strength and cultural continuity of the Wiradjuri for himself and others.
Image: seeing time installation image (L-R) seeing time VIII, seeing time IX, seeing time X, seeing time VII all 2021, mixed media on linen, 235 x 235 cm. Photograph by Andrew Curtis.
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