Symposium: In the future everything remains uncertain

A symposium on art collection policies in the Netherlands

Exhibition In the future everything will be as certain as it used to be at Framer Framed (2017), photo (c) Eva Broekema
A discussion on art collection policy in the Netherlands, tying into the exhibition In the future everything will be as certain as it used to be and the closing of the AAMU - Museum for contemporary Aboriginal art in 2017.
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Exhibition: In the future everything will be as certain as it used to be

16 March - 23 April 2017

Christian Thompson - Howl For Your Troubles (2011)
Exhibition in collaboration with the AAMU - Museum of contemporary Aboriginal art, in light of its imminent closure in 2017.
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Exhibition: Storytellers

Exhibition AAMU, Utrecht, Januari 13 till June 9 2013

Storytelling is as old as humanity and exists in all cultures. It is an important way to pass knowledge and values on from generation to generation, but it is also a source of entertainment. The original inhabitants of Australia have a rich tradition of passing on stories. Because writing is not part of their culture, stories are crucial to Aboriginal..
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Christian Thompson – We Bury Our Own

Video on new work made in response to the Pitt Rivers Museum’s historic photograph collection from Australia

In We Bury Our Own leading contemporary Aboriginal artist Christian Thompson presents a ground-breaking new body of work, consisting of eight large photographic self-portraits and a video installation, made in response to the Pitt Rivers Museum’s historic photograph collection from Australia. Christian is one..
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(Dutch) Lezing: hedendaagse kunst en effecten van het koloniale verleden in Australië

AAMU - Museum for Contemporary Aboriginal Art, November 20, 2012