Blak Mirror 

Blak Mirror was curated by Jason Wing, a Sydney-based artist who strongly identifies with his Chinese and Aboriginal heritage.

Exhibition Dates: 18 Jan 2017 – 29 Jan 2017

Blak Mirror was an exhibition featuring emerging, early career, regional, local and interstate multidisciplinary artists reflecting their view of Australian society through a black lens. The artists’ works gaze into the eyes of non-Aboriginal people and reflect the current realities of being Aboriginal today, whilst holding a mirror up to Australian society.

Artists featured: Dean Cross, Nicole Monks, Chico Monks, Brad Harkin, Amala Groom, Teena McCarthy, Billy Cooley, Lulu Cooley, Aleshia Lonsdale and Adam Hill aka Blak Douglas.

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