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Tracey Moffatt, Touch, 2017 (detail) © Tracey Moffatt, courtesy Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney

 

Fondation Opale presents photography from urban centers across Australia which explores central themes of Australian history such as stolen generations, intersectional racism or dispossession, alongside unique wamulu paintings (wamulu is a yellow flower from the Central Australian Desert originally used for ephemeral ceremonial ground paintings).

FUGITIVE PRESENT thus brings together two very different mediums that aim to render visible something immaterial, even if for a brief moment in time. Featuring photographic works by Michael Riley, Tracey Moffatt, Robert Fielding and Tony Albert as well as wamulu ground paintings by Ted Egan Jangala, Dinny Nolan Tjampitjinpa, Johnny Possum Japaljarri and Albie Morris Jampijinpa.

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