Event Artist Talks

Artist Talks

'This language that is every stone'

19 March 2022

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Join a number of the artists featured in This language that is every stone for a series of roving talks throughout the gallery.

Artists Megan Cope, Sancintya Mohini Simpson, Phuong Ngo, Khaled Sabsabi, and Shireen Taweel will offer short informal presentations on their works. Co-curator Warraba Weatherall and IMA Director Liz Nowell will join the artists to discuss their artworks, connections to the concept of Creolisation, and the artist’s broader contributions to this significant exhibition project exploring Martinican philosopher Édouard Glissant’s life and work.

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Phuong Ngo, works from the 'Lost and Found' series, 2019–. Installation view: 'This language that is every stone'. Photo: Joe Ruckli.

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