Fiona Foley, Protector's camp, 2017, digital print, 45 × 80cm. Image courtesy of the artist and Andrew Baker Art Dealer
Corban Clause Williams, Kristabell, 2018, digital print on paper, 74 x 110cm. Cecilia Umbagai, Wendy, 2018, digital print on paper, 110 x 74cm
Dean Cross, Untitled Landscape, (SPEAR FISHING, GULAGA and CAR CRASH), 2018, pigment print on EZ-Tac, 100 x 141cm. Dean Cross, Almost, but not quite, 2018, pigment print on EZ-tac, 84 x 118cm
Hayley Millar-Baker, Even if the race is fated to disappear 7 (Peeneeyt Meerreeng / Before, Now, Tomorrow), 2018, digital print on paper, 150 x 80cm. Hayley Millar-Baker, Untitled (The theft of the White men's sheep), 2018, digital print on paper, 80 x 100cm
To Be Continued is a survey of recent photography from Indigenous Australia. Cinematic vistas of wide-open spaces recall memories of childhood and adolescence and re-enactments of history shed light on horrific frontier violence while restrained yet poignant portraits give face to some of Australia’s more remote communities.
With work from remote, regional and metropolitan based artists, To Be Continued highlights the diversity and complexity of lived experience, history, and expressions of cultural identity across Indigenous Australia.
To Be Continued also explores unique intercultural collaborations between Indigenous practitioners and artists whose work is informed by other unique heritage and experience – highlighting the ways in which practitioners engage in meaningful exchange to develop new work.
Lavene McKenzie & Dave Laslett
Michael Jalaru Torres
Fremantle Arts Centre is situated at Walyalup on Whadjuk Nyoongar Boodjar.
Fremantle Arts Centre is situated at Walyalup on Whadjuk Nyoongar Boodjar. We acknowledge the Whadjuk people as the traditional owners and custodians of these lands and waterways and extend our respect to their Elders, past and present.
We offer our heartfelt gratitude to the Whadjuk community and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who continue to care for Country and share their knowledge – this generosity and wisdom helps us to understand and navigate Country safely and respectfully.