Ibelongyoubelongwebelong - Art Gallery of Western Australian

Ibelongyoubelongwebelong - Art Gallery of Western Australian

June 06, 2019

Ibelongyoubelongwebelong presents a series of work that reflects the artist’s Aboriginal spirituality and cultural research on connection to country, in particular the Boorongurup (Porongorup Ranges), the oldest granite formation on Earth.

Boorongurup is an important place for Bibbulmun Peoples and the most important Winartj sacred place on Country. TJYLLYUNGOO/Lance Chadd is a Bibbulmun Nyoongar/Budimia Yamatji man, born in the south-west of WA. His work emphasises Aboriginal spirituality with its deep connection and unity of land, people, animals and plants. His work offers an easy access to reflect on how each of us belong and connect to all that is around us.

Exhibition Dates: Until 5th August 2019

Exhibition Hours: 10am-5pm, Wednesday – Monday

Venue: Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Cultural Centre, Perth WA 

Directions - https://tinyurl.com/y2zj83m9

Website - www.artgallery.wa.gov.au/ 




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