Simple drawings on a red background

Still in my mind: Gurindji location, experience and visuality

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Still in My Mind is a multi-faceted, multi-media exhibition exploring richly diverse notions of identity, home and connection to country.

Inspired by the words of revered Gurindji/Malngin leader Vincent Lingiari, ‘that land ... I still got it in my mind’, this exhibition considers the ongoing impact of the Gurindji Walk-Off, a seminal event in Australian history which sparked the national land rights movement.

Honouring the 50th anniversary, curator and participating artist Brenda L. Croft has developed this exhibition through long-standing, practice-led research with her patrilineal community with the assistance of Karungkarni Art and Culture Aboriginal Corporation.  Lingiari’s statement is the exhibition’s touchstone, the story reviewed from diverse, yet interlinked Indigenous perspectives.

Still in my Mind incorporates photographs, an experimental video installation, newly commissioned history paintings, contemporary and historical prints and drawings, textiles and found objects, digital platforms and archives, in a richly diverse exhibition that reveals the way Gurindji community members maintain cultural practices and kinship connections to keep this history present.

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Violet Wadrill Nanaku
Humpy house, 2013 (Detail)
76.5 x 56.5 cm Screen print lithograph
Created during the Jinparrak/Wave Hill Megalo Canberra Exchange 2013
Courtesy Karungkarni Art and Culture Centre

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