Work from The Wesfarmers Collection by the late Ms N Yunupiŋu is now on display in South Korea featuring in the major survey of contemporary Australian currently on display at the Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA). An international collaboration, 경로를 재탐색합니다 UN/LEARNING AUSTRALIA is a large-scale project co-curated by Artspace with SeMA.
We are delighted to have been able to assist Artspace with support for this important collaborative exhibition for the world stage.
Commemorating the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Australia and South Korea, 경로를 재탐색합니다 UN/LEARNING AUSTRALIA amplifies artistic practice representing contemporary issues vital to Australia and invites audiences to examine privilege, dominance and power from several perspectives. The project unpacks the complexities of national histories and the present moment through self-presentation and multiple forms of knowledge and resistance that challenge the standard representations of Australia.
경로를 재탐색합니다 UN/LEARNING AUSTRALIA features works by Abdul Abdullah, Brook Garru Andrew, Club Ate, Richard Bell, Daniel Boyd, Johnathon World Peace Bush, Madison Bycroft, Timothy Cook, Megan Cope, Robert Fielding, Zaachariaha Fielding, Agatha Gothe-Snape, Matthew Griffin, Taloi Havini, Timo Hogan, IVI (lead artists Ruha Fifita, Minaira Fifita, Sheida Vazirzadeh), Iwantja Women’s Collaborative, Iwantja Men’s Collaborative, Soda Jerk, Helen Johnson, Alex Martinis Roe, Carol McGregor, Archie Moore, Kunmanara (Peter) Mungkuri, Mrs Norris, Vincent Namatjira, Mel O’Callaghan, Lawrence Pennington, Yhonnie Scarce, Leyla Stevens, Lennard Walker, Judy Watson, Ms Wirrpanda, Pedro Wonaeamirri and Ms Yunupiŋu.