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Indigenous identity

Exhibition explores and recalls the pain and inequality experienced by Australia's aboriginal community

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History is laden with stories of loss and agony. In particular, "the losing side" often carries a memory that does not easily fade despite the passage of time. 

Message Stick series

"Message Stick: Indigenous Identity In Urban Australia", supported by the Australian government and ArtBank, should serve as a lesson to all mankind regardless of our version of history. This roadshow exhibition weaves social, historical and political remembrances of native life converted into contemporary artistic messages. Thailand is the fourth venue in the itinerary, before the show goes on to Brunei and Indonesia.

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