Karrabing Film Collective upends the customary artist talk, in which an artist shares their knowledge, followed by questions from an audience to the artist. Karrabing members instead redirect their own questions to the audience, playing with dialectical reversal and the politics of (their) reception as Indigenous artists and making visible the gallery, cinema, and classroom as a field of power.
Chinese and English (with simultaneous interpretation).
Registration is required for all events.
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?