Location: UTS Building 6, Level 6, Room 38
Join us for a talk by acclaimed Indigenous artist, researcher and curator, Brenda L. Croft.
Croft’s powerful and moving artworks draw on personal and public archives, exploring issues faced by contemporary Indigenous peoples and the ongoing impact of colonisation in Australia since 1788.
In this lecture she will discuss her recent work/research which encompasses critical performative Indigenous auto-ethnography, representation and cultural identity, creative narratives, presented through installation, multi-media and multi-platform work, often drawn from personal and public archives and memory.
Croft is from the Gurindji/Malngin/Mudpurra Peoples of the Northern Territory and of Anglo-Australian/German/Irish/Chinese heritage and has been creating multi-disciplinary, multi-platform work for more than three decades.