Samstag Museum of Art

KUDLILA SEASON

For our Kudlila season, Samstag presents two exhibitions that foreground systems of knowledge, Indigenous ways of being, and place.

Exhibitions

Event Details

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Exhibitions

Event Starts

Jun 7, 2024

Event Ends

Sep 20, 2024

Add to Calendar 06/07/2024 12:00 AM 09/20/2024 12:00 AM Australia/Melbourne KUDLILA SEASON For our Kudlila season, Samstag presents two exhibitions that foreground systems of knowledge, Indigenous ways of being, and place.
Venue

Samstag Museum of Art

Location

55 North Terrace, Adelaide SA, Australia

For our Kudlila season, Samstag presents two exhibitions — one featuring artist responses to the landscape and ecology of the Ikara-Flinders Ranges, the other by Indonesian contemporary artist FX Harsono — foregrounding systems of knowledge, Indigenous ways of being, and place.

 

FRIDAY 7 JUNE — FRIDAY 20 SEPTEMBER 2024  

 

Mulka Yata/The Knowledge of Place

Featuring Kristian Coulthard, Clem Coulthard, Ted Coulthard and Winnie Ryan (Adnyamathanha) with Sasha Grbich / Antony Hamilton / Kyoko Hashimoto and Guy Keulemans / John R Walker / Music performance and sculpture by Dylan and Christopher Crismani (Wiradjuri/European) / Film featuring Kristian Coulthard by Malcolm McKinnon and Jared Thomas (Nukunu).

Mulka Yata/The Knowledge of Place is a Samstag Museum of Art exhibition with the South Australian Museum  

 

FX Harsono: NAMA

FX Harsono (Indonesia)  

 

 

Images:

Kristian COULTHARD (Adnyamathanha), Akurra Miru (curved male serpent, with echidna quills), 2024 / Akurra Ngarri Mudlanha (curved female serpent, with feathers), 2017-2019, installation view, 2024, Samstag Museum of Art, University of South Australia. Collection of the Artist and South Australian Museum, Adelaide respectively. Photograph by Grant Hancock. Courtesy of Samstag Museum of Art.

FX HARSONO, NAMA (video still), 2019. Image courtesy of Tyler Rollins Gallery and the artist.

Kyoko HASHIMOTO & Guy KEULEMANS, Bioregional rings (Northern Flinders subregion), 2024, wood and paper from native timbers, yakka resin, ochre. Collection of the Artists. Photograph by Grant Hancock. Courtesy of Samstag Museum of Art.

John R WALKER, Glass Gorge Walking, 2021, archival oil on polyester, 198 x 254 cm. Collection of the Artist. Courtesy of Utopia Art Sydney.

 


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