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INTRO • Contemporary – sometimes described as ‘junk poets • Born 1983 in Sydney • Completed Bachelor of visual arts in electronic and temporal art (Sydney University’s College) then master of art majoring in painting and drawing (College of Fine Art in Sydney) • Blurred boundaries between high art, amateur photography. Sculpture and painting • Celebration and critique of consumerism 1ST PARAGRAPH • Subject matter – decaying areas of once thriving landscape • Retro and romanticised – use of materials and subject matter • ““I grew up around Sydney Harbour with sodium lights, trash cans, and rubbish trucks. People often ask me why I take these ‘ugly’ things and make them so happy with primary colours, but they’re not ugly to me, that’s
The appropriated version of “Australian Beach Pattern” is “The Bathers” which was taken by photographic artist, Anne Zahalka, in 1989. She commented on art and conventions of the past with irony on contemporary culture as well as traditional visual communication. In “The Bathers”, Zahalka set up her work’s concept base on Meere’s painting and subverts its original meaning with humour and parody. She replaced a range of body types and people from different background such as the hairy man, Italian looking lady, which reflects Australian multicultural diversity. Additionally, it encourages consideration on Australian traditions and customs that we hold.
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By validating the experiences of the Stolen Generations, the foundations have been laid for healing to take place and for a reconciled Australia in which everyone belongs. National Reconciliation Week 27 May – 3 June National Reconciliation Week is held annually and celebrates the rich culture and history of the First Australians. National Reconciliation Week began in 1996 to provide focus for nationwide reconciliation activities. National Reconciliation Week coincides with two significant dates in Australia’s history which provide strong symbols of the aspirations for reconciliation. May 27 marks the anniversary of the 1967 Referendum and June 3 marks the anniversary of the High Court’s judgement in the 1992 Mabo