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Fiona Foley – Who are these strangers and where are they going?

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Curator Djon Mundine OAM. To celebrate the International Year of Indigenous Languages in 2019, Ballarat International Foto Biennale is proud to present Badtjala artist Dr Fiona Foley’s solo exhibition ‘Who are these strangers and where are they going?’

This exhibition showcases key works from Foley’s internationally celebrated 30-year career in interactive and site-specific installations, alongside unveiling, in an Australian first, an important musical soundscape to mark this momentous occasion.

Created in collaboration with musicians Joe Gala and Teila Watson, this song is an aural recreation and expansion of the oldest known song in the history of Australia, telling of the exchange between Captain Cook and the Badtjala people. Other centrepieces in the exhibition include a 10-metre long, one-metre-wide installation comprising 3000 oyster shells, a re-contextualisation of Foley’s celebrated 2001 photographic series Wild Times Call, and a collaboration with Ballarat artist collective Pitcha Makin Fellas for a new installation alongside 2018’s ‘Horror Has a Face’. The exhibition will be accompanied by a print catalogue with critical essays by Djon Mundine OAM and Dr Odette Kelada, and additional educational resources.

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