They’re a Queer Mob

A vision of queer culture from non-western perspectives. A mob of artists with cultural roots in Indigenous Australia, the Pacific, Africa and India offer their alternative visual experiences. Sexy, funny, dangerous, black and loud are just a few adjectives to describe some of the work on show.

Artists: • Jules Renton • Renuka Rajiv • Meera Sethi • Arlene Texta Queen • Kamahi Jordan King • Peter Waples-Crowe • Cecilia Kavara • Nicholas Boseley • Kimba Thompson • Salote Tawale • Susan Forrester • Jacob Tologata

Special Guest Performance by: Constantina Bush


Opening Nigth Thursday 19 January – 6pm

Blak Dot Gallery

413 Lygon Street, East Brunswick, Melbourne, Australia

BLAK DOT GALLERY is a contemporary Indigenous run Arts Space that showcases artworks of world Indigenous cultures.

19 January – 5 February, 2012

Hours: Thursday to Sunday 12pm – 6pm

Special Event: POC the MIC
A performance night featuring people of colour, spoken word, music and more at Blak Dot Gallery.
When: Thursday 26 January, 2012. Doors open 7pm


Source and image: Blak Dot Gallery Media Release


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