GOMA Q: Dale Harding in conversation
Tuesday 6 October 2015 Share FacebookDelicious Email

Dale Harding has gained recognition for works that investigate the social and political realities experienced by members of his family, who lived under government control in Queensland around 1930.

their little black slaves, perished in isolation is on view in ‘GOMA Q: Contemporary Queensland Art’ currently at the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) until 11 October. The accompanying publication profiles the latest innovations and achievements by some of Queensland’s leading visual artists. 

digital-blog-GOMA_GOMA-Q_20150714_nharth_020Dale Harding, Bidjara, Ghungalu and Garingbal peoples, Australia b.1982 / their little black slaves, perished in isolation (installation view) 2015 / Charred wood, antique furniture, wood stain, scent diffuser / Courtesy: The artist and Milani Gallery, Brisbane / © The artist

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