During the past 50 years, contemporary art practices, theories and criticism have engaged deeply with the many postnational challenges to national sovereignties yet the nation state and nationalisms are as strong and influential as ever.
New approaches are needed that seek out the transnational, lateral contacts and resonances between artists and across borders that now proliferate and better understand the relationship between these apparent antinomies that increasingly shape the emerging post-Western world. Through an interdisciplinary approach, the Postnational Art Histories Program will examine intersections between Indigenous, migrant, diasporic, postcolonial, global and transcultural studies within a world of nation states.
Program Coordinators: Professor Ian McLean, Professor Charles Green and Professor Claire Roberts
TERRY SMITH | Marking Places, Cross-Hatching Worlds: The Yirrkala Panels
Heart of Artness | Podcast series
A journey into the cross-cultural currents that animate Aboriginal art in Australia
Black Palestinian Solidarity - Conference 2019
7 AUGUST: Imants Tillers Seminar
Yirrkala Workshop 2019
11 OCTOBER 2018: The Aboriginal Memorial 30th Anniversary Lecture
12, 13 OCTOBER 2018: The Aboriginal Memorial 30th Anniversary Symposium
Banner Image: Lyndell Brown and Charles Green, Deep Rock, 2011, oil on linen, 172 x 172 cms. Collection Art Gallery of New South Wales