Blood and Identity


Join SJ Norman, Gabriel Nodea and Peta Clancy in conversation as they explore how working with blood has offered new perspectives on blood as a life giving substance whilst also allowing the artists to explore their Aboriginal heritage through its links to identity.

“a shift in curatorial practice is signalling changes to establish an enduring engagement with First Nation artists, their cultural practices and creative communities.” Peta Clancy

Art can offer an understanding of multiple human experiences and perspectives, and has the capacity to address issues of race in productive, healing and empowering ways.