Dark Sepia

by Tama Sharman

An exhibition of drawing, recycling and printmaking by Aotearoa born, Melbourne-based visual artist, Tama Sharman.

Dark Sepia gives trust to listening in between worlds. Drawn from respecting undocumented knowing, oral culture and uncertainty, Sharman's work gives physical form to a life experienced between; celebrating imagination as a universal treasure and tool of survival.

Sharman's education began between skool, Maori Access, the boys' home and the street.

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‘Yello’(detail), Paint on plastic container, 2018 Tama Sharman

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Dates & Times

Exhibition 21 Jan - 22 Mar | closed 26 Jan | Tue-Sun 11am-4pm
Opening Fri 24 Jan 6 - 8pm
Artist Talk Sat 1 Feb 2pm

Location

Incinerator Gallery

180 Holmes Rd, Aberfeldie

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57, 82 to stop 41 plus 10 minute walk along Maribyrnong River

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