Fragments: A Printed Environment is an archive of Tamika Grant‑Iramu’s experiences and impressions of environments she has encountered. Using printmaking as a tool for reimagining an environment, she responds to natural forms that exist within diverse urban and suburban contexts. Grant-Iramu’s work brings into focus aspects of the natural environment that often go unnoticed and yet are an important part of the identity and culture of place. Tamika Grant-Iramu is represented by Onespace Gallery.

A Redland Art Gallery and Onespace exhibition partnership.

An exhibition held in conjunction with National Reconciliation Week 2021 and NAIDOC Week 2021.

Explore the exhibition with a virtual exhibition walkthrough.

Connecting Stories: Every region has its own stories. During May 2021 regional galleries in South East Queensland North will showcase First Nations exhibition programs. Sharing stories across Country to celebrate culture and connect to each other.

For more information on Connecting Stories visit the website.

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RAG, CLEVELAND


SUNDAY 16 MAY –
SUNDAY 18 JULY 2021

Online Access:
Fragments: A Virtual Environment online exhibition preview
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Image: Tamika Grant-Iramu, Fragments of Ta Prohm: restoration (detail) 2020, vinyl cut on Hahnemuhle paper. Courtesy of the artist and Onespace Gallery. Photography by Louis Lim.

  CLEVELAND