arts and design

Big Weather: Indigenous artists reflect on climate crisis – in pictures


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ cultural knowledge and sophisticated understanding of weather systems is the cornerstone for Big Weather, an exhibition currently showing at NGV Australia’s Ian Potter Centre. Climate crisis is never far from the surface, with works from artists like Karla Dickens, Clinton Naina, Treahna Hamm and Nici Cumpston addressing the changing weather patterns and the ongoing effects of colonisation on the land and its processes.

Big Weather will be showing at the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Melbourne, until 21 October



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