Since the late 20th century, opportunities to engage with Australian Aboriginal art, its makers and their communities have increasingly informed Western approaches to art-making. roads cross explores how this development has left traces and echoes in recent Australian art – literally, in terms of subject matter and direct collaboration, and formally or conceptually, as expressed through art and ideas. More broadly, the project underscores the place of art as a means of dialogue, a platform for communication between Australia’s Indigenous and settler peoples.
Venue: Flinders University City Gallery, State Library of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide.
Until Sunday 26 August 2012, Tuesday – Friday 11am – 4pm, Saturday – Sunday 12noon – 4pm.