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Assorted Ridley gentlemen with colleagues in Mysore, 2005. Photo by Mandy Ridley.
Objects have history, materiality, cultural and personal significance. Through these things we can relive memories and optimistically look forward to a time when travel can again be undertaken.
At this virtual “show and tell” event, we will be taking the opportunity to recount a brief story about an object in our possession, to explain its origins and speak to its special place in our lives and hearts. You may like to hold your object to show it or prefer to screen share it via an image. Time for each “show and tell” is 3 minutes.
Of course those who wish only to observe are also welcome.
Our convenor, Mandy Ridley, is a visual artist with a long history of engagement with India through residencies, research and exhibitions that commenced with the 2002 Khoj International Artist Workshop. She has visited India regularly and maintained warm relationships with a wide circle of Indian artists and friends. In 2012 she was included in an associated event for the first Kochi-Muzuris Biennale (KMB) in an exhibition of Australian and Indian artists. For more information on her work, including an extensive public art practice, please see https://www.mandyridley.com
Join us to learn the story of Mandy’s intriguing images shown here.
HOW TO BOOK?
Please email Mandy Ridley at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 4 March to join this session and to be sent the Zoom link.
If intending to participate actively, please also send Mandy a brief outline or sentence about the object you intend to present so she can group or order accordingly.
Registered participants will be sent the Zoom link a day or two prior to the lecture.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TIME IS BRISBANE TIME.