Indigenous Aesthetics and Knowledges for Great Ocean Renaissances is a collection of essays written by artist and curator, Léuli Eshrāghi.
The essays in this reader chart archipelagos of related beings and stories places: ceremonial-political structures, display territories, languages, materials and experiences of sensuality that constitute international Indigenous art and thought today. These texts situate reflections and propose avenues for Indigenous renaissances spanning the Great Ocean basin and its shores. Introduction by Cara Kirkwood.
Published by Common Room
Designed by Paul Mylecharane
72 pages, 10.8 x 17.6 cm, paperback