Installation View: Do Rocks Listen? with Karrabing Film Collective. ICA at NYU Shanghai, 14 October–18 December, 2021. PHOTO: Zhu Zhenyu.


Indigenous Art, Identity, and the Land

    • , 13:45-15:15
  • Online


Belonging to the Yamatji people of the Inggarda language group of northwest Western Australia, Dr. Stephen Gilchrist is Lecturer of Indigenous Art at the University of Sydney. He is a writer and curator who has worked with the Indigenous Australian collections of the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra (2003-2005), the British Museum, London (2008), the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (2005-2010), and the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College (2011-2013). Stephen has curated numerous exhibitions in Australia and the United States and has written extensively on Indigenous Art from Australia. He has taught Indigenous Art in Australia and in the United States. From 2012-2016 he was the Australian Studies Visiting Curator at the Harvard Art Museums, Harvard University.

English (with simultaneous interpretation).

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Co-organized with the Humanities area, with funds provided by the Visual Arts.

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In conjunction with Do Rocks Listen? an exhibition by Karrabing Film Collective 

Do Rocks Listen? an exhibition by Karrabing Film Collective and related events are presented as the first season of Another Knowledge Is Possible (2021-23), a biennial artistic research program organized by the ICA at NYU Shanghai. From Fall 2021 through Spring 2023, the ICA will explore other knowledges that have been neglected or repressed and ask if it is possible for a deep decolonization of thought to reclaim these ways of knowing?

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