Nandeebie* Dreemz presents the work and stories of first nation’s peoples from around the world. Visitors can explore the liminality of media works by indigenous artists, working in the digital space. In this space, transition is constant, stories and dreemz are told and possibility is always present. Nandeebie Dreemz runs in conjunction with Nandeebie Screen, an eclectic mix of short and feature films, documentaries and digital arts screenings at Redland Performing Arts Centre (20 – 21 May), culminating with a winter solstice community screening on Coochiemudlo Island.
Curated by Tamara Whyte.
An exhibition held in conjunction with National Reconciliation Week 2017.
* Nandeebie is from the local Jandai language of the Quandamooka people and is the name for the area now known as Cleveland.
Visit Nandeebie Screen at RPAC on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 May 2017.
SUNDAY 14 MAY –
SUNDAY 25 JUNE 2017
6.30pm Friday 12 May 2017
Floor Talk and Canapés:
7.15pm Friday 12 May 2017
Image: Leah King-Smith, Painted Warrior (detail) 2016, digital still. Courtesy of the artist.