About the part that art plays in a globalising society

Framer Framed

Bindi Cole

Bindi Cole Chocka (b. 1975, Melbourne Australia) is an Australian artist, photographer, curator and writer. She is of Wathaurung and Aboriginal descent. In 2010 she graduated from Federation University with a Fine Arts degree and she holds a diploma in Applied Photography from the Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE. She works with several media such as installations, video and text as well as photography and she is inspired by her own life and experiences in her works. Cole also references subjects like her Wathaurung heritage, the impact of the politics and law and power structures on her community and the stereotypes related to identity in her art.

Her works have been exhibited in the Museum of Contemporary Art (Taiwan), MOCADA (New York), National Gallery of Australia, Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Museum of Contemporary Art, Shepparton Art Museum, Benalla Art Gallery and Horsham Regional Art Gallery, Victoria. In 2010, Cole was named one of Melbourne’s Top 100 Most Influential People by The Age. In 2017, she partakes in the group exhibition In the future everything will be as certain as it used to be (2017) at Framer Framed in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.


Exhibition: In the future everything will be as certain as it used to be

Exhibition in collaboration with AAMU - Museum of contemporary Aboriginal art, in light of their closure