• Particulate Matter: a fossil fuelled future?

    6 March to 2 May

Particulate Matter: a fossil fuelled future?

Artists
Alison Clouston & Boyd / Jacky Green / Iltja Ntjarra: Benita Clements, Ricky Connick, Selma Coulthard, Vanessa Inkamala, Gloria Pannka, Mervyn Rubuntja, Hilary Wirri, Betty Namatjira Wheeler / Fiona MacDonald
Presented with:
Iltja Ntjarra Art Centre, Alice Springs and Waralangku Arts, Borroloola

Exhibition: 6 March to 2 May 2020

Digital Catalogue, Particulate Matter: A fossil fuelled future?, 2020. (PDF) > Download as pdf

Banner image: Mervyn Rubuntja, NO FRACKING, 2019. Watercolour on paper, 73 x 54 cm

Mervyn Rubuntja, Artist Statement: We want to introduce to people in urban environments the beautiful landscape of the Northern Territory. At the same time, we want to raise awareness about the issues we are facing. We feel that there is a lack of consultation with traditional owners. If the authorities would only listen to us rather than investing in things such as mining on our country, which we strongly object to.

Jack Green, Artist Statement: On ‘Our Country is alive and Whitefellas don’t want to know’, Miners are always trying to get up close to our people, pick them off one by one. They like to get photos of their people shaking Aboriginal people’s hands. They are always busy trying to make things look good while they poison our land and damage our sacred places.