Healing land, remembering Country by Tony Albert, Elizabeth Farm, 2020. Artwork courtesy Tony Albert and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney. Commissioned by the Biennale of Sydney with generous support from the Australia Council for the Arts and Create NSW, and generous assistance from The Medich Foundation. Hand woven baskets by: Bula’BulaArts – Evonne Munuyngu; Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts – Dolly Dhimburra Bidingal, Joyce Milpuna Bidingal, Mary Dhapalany, Mavis. Marrkula Djuliping, Linda Gagati, Caroline Gulmindilly, Kathy Guyula, Helen Djaypila Guyula, Meredith Marika; Numbulwar Numburindi Arts – Nicola Wilfred; Tjanpi Desert. Weavers – Munatji Brumby, Maureen Cullinan, Niningka Lewis, Puna Yanima. Photo © Joshua Morris for Sydney Living Museums.
Healing land, remembering Country is a powerful artwork by Kuku Yalanji artist Tony Albert, on display at Elizabeth Farm. View this work as part of your visit and take part in a ‘memory exchange activity’ where you can write messages on paper embedded with local plant seeds that will eventually degrade into the soil to regenerate.
Free with museum entry.
Visitors are encouraged to pre-book tickets online.
Elizabeth Farm, 70 Alice Street, Rosehill
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