Ngeerang Ngart Kakay
Bronwyn Razem is a Gunditjmara woman of the Kirrae Whurrong clan of western Warrnambool on the Victorian coastline. She integrates ochres, sand and other materials into her paintings, and her works draw on the possum skin cloak traditions of her ancestors. This new body of work features traditional paintings and woven objects, using traditional techniques in a contemporary art setting, celebrating language, family and renewal.
OPENING: Saturday 14 January, 2pm – 4pm
EXHIBITION: Saturday 14 January – Saturday 1 April
VENUE: FCAC Gabriel Gallery
Presented as part of Wominjeka Festival 2017, WOW – Women of the World Festival Melbourne and FCAC’s Indigenous Cultural Program.
Image by James Henry