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Clyde McGill looks at borderlands as they relate to people who come by boat.This exhibition features works from the Holmes a Court Collection as well as new works by McGill.

  • Dates:Apr 21 - May 13
  • Venue:Holmes a Court Gallery @ No 10

Details

  • Ticket Price:Exhibition entrance is free. Speakers Day $55
  • Venue:Holmes a Court Gallery @ No 10

Description

What are the borderlands? Who determines them and why? Who may cross? Who may not? Who does deliberately cross the borders? Where are they from? Why are they leaving? What are their hopes? What is their journey? What do they bring with them? Are they welcomed or turned back? Do they just disappear? Who cares? Who doesn’t?
 
In 2007 Clyde McGill began looking at borderlands as they relate to people who come by boat. He focussed first on the fate of a young Indonesian fisherman who tragically died on a boat detained in Darwin Harbour. This exhibition contains his story within a much broader narrative of the refugee who comes by boat. It includes works shown at MONA FOMA 2016 with others produced since then.
 
This is the first exhibition at the new Holmes a Court Gallery @ No 10 and the program includes:
 
Dolorosa Opera Performance : 2pm Sundays
Speakers Day : 5 May 2018  
 
See full details here http://www.holmesacourtgallery.com.au/files/2018_The_Border_Crossers/Speakers_Day_Programme_Crossing_Borders_050518.pdf

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