The Resource Talking about Aboriginal art : urban Aboriginal artists, produced by Power Institute of Fine Arts

Talking about Aboriginal art : urban Aboriginal artists, produced by Power Institute of Fine Arts

Label
Talking about Aboriginal art : urban Aboriginal artists
Title
Talking about Aboriginal art
Title remainder
urban Aboriginal artists
Statement of responsibility
produced by Power Institute of Fine Arts
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
[Abstract from video back cover] Three artists raise issues central to the art-making of urban Aboriginals and discuss problems and controversies which surround such art
Credits note
Producers, Peter Lipscomb; David Roberts; Christoph Willing; music, Paul Anthony Smith
Date time place
Filmed in Sydney, N.S.W., 1992
PerformerNote
Michael Riley; Trevor Nickolls; Jeffrey Samuels
Series statement
POWER_001; V09349_1
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Riley, Michael
  • Nickolls, Trevor
  • Samuels, Jeffrey
Label
Talking about Aboriginal art : urban Aboriginal artists, produced by Power Institute of Fine Arts
Link
http://aiatsis.gov.au/collections/using-collection/ordering-collection-items
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Not auditioned
  • [Source video back cover] Michael Riley has a growing international reputation as a photographer and film maker, portraying the myths, truths and misconceptions of Aboriginality in both the cities and the outback. Trevor Nickolls has developed a strong iconography in his painting which attempts to reconcile, in visual terms, the conflicts of his black and white heritage. Jeffrey Samuels portrays his cultural heritage through his paintings using contemporary techniques, reflecting on stereotypes, tradition and nature
Immediate source of acquisition
Barry Cundy;
Stock number
POWER_001
Terms governing use
Copyright with the Power Institute of Fine Arts; distributed by AFI Distribution Ltd; AIATSIS Audiovisual Archive holds viewing copy only
Label
Talking about Aboriginal art : urban Aboriginal artists, produced by Power Institute of Fine Arts
Link
http://aiatsis.gov.au/collections/using-collection/ordering-collection-items
Publication
Note
  • Not auditioned
  • [Source video back cover] Michael Riley has a growing international reputation as a photographer and film maker, portraying the myths, truths and misconceptions of Aboriginality in both the cities and the outback. Trevor Nickolls has developed a strong iconography in his painting which attempts to reconcile, in visual terms, the conflicts of his black and white heritage. Jeffrey Samuels portrays his cultural heritage through his paintings using contemporary techniques, reflecting on stereotypes, tradition and nature
Immediate source of acquisition
Barry Cundy;
Stock number
POWER_001
Terms governing use
Copyright with the Power Institute of Fine Arts; distributed by AFI Distribution Ltd; AIATSIS Audiovisual Archive holds viewing copy only

Library Locations

    • Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)Borrow it
      51 Lawson Cres, Acton, ACT, 2601, AU
      -35.292556 149.118617
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