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Drew Pettifer's A Sorrowful Act: The Wreck Of The Zeewijk

A Sorrowful Act: The Wreck of the Zeewijk derives from a broader investigation within Drew Pettifer's work to unearth hidden queer histories through archival art practices.

  • Dates:May 23rd - Aug 15th, 2020
  • Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery

Details

  • Hosted By:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Venue Address:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009
  • Venue:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
  • Audience:Adults,For seniors

Description

This exhibition focuses on the first recorded moment in (European) queer history in Australia: a sodomy trial following the wreck of the Dutch ship the Zeewijk in 1727 where two young men were sentenced to death by marooning. Through photographs, video, audio and installation, this exhibition recontextualises social histories to help us rethink our present.

This project has been supported by the Australia Council for the Arts and Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts.

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