Critical Writing Index

Sell-abrasion of our nations

by Brenda L. Croft

Stop(the)Gap: International Indigenous art in motion, 2011

This is an exhibition programme for Stop(the)Gap: International Indigenous art in motion, which was curated by Brenda L. Croft. The exhibition featured video and performance artists from Canada, America, Australia, and New Zealand, and included artworks which address issues of colonialism, aboriginal traditions and culture, violence against aboriginal women, and cultural identity. This programme describes work by Rebecca Belmore, Dana Claxton, Alan Michelson, Nova Paul, Lisa Reihana, and Warwick Thornton.

ITEM 2011.033 – available for viewing in the Research Centre

Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited

The Named and the UnnamedRebecca Belmore

VigilRebecca Belmore

RattleDana Claxton

TwoRow IIAlan Michelson

This is Not DyingNova Paul

Te Po O MatarikiLisa Reihana

Samson and DelilahWarwick Thornton

StrandedWarwick Thornton

GroundswellLisa Reihana