Cultural Safety as Research Methodology
Wednesday 18 May, 3am
Free. No bookings essential.
G104, Monash University Art Design and Architecture
900 Dandenong Rd, Caulfield East.
Dale Harding is a Bidjara, Ghungalu and Garingbal artist from Central Queensland. He has gained recognition for works that explore the untold histories of his communities. Recently Harding has been investigating the social and political realities experienced by members of his family who lived under government control in Queensland. Harding’s first solo exhibition, Colour by Number, was curated by Tony Albert at Metro Arts. He has participated in a number of group exhibitions, including string theory: Focus on Contemporary Australian Art, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, My Country, I Still Call Australia Home: Contemporary Art From Black Australia, Queensland Art Gallery|Gallery of Modern Art, and Outlaws, Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts. Harding’s work has also been seen in GOMA Q: Contemporary Queensland Art at the Queensland Art Gallery|Gallery of Modern Art and White Collared at the Institute of Modern Art, Mianjin Brisbane.
Description courtesy of Ua Numi le Fau Catalogue.