Artist Angela Tiatia joins UQ Art Museum’s Curatorial Researcher in Residence Dr Léuli Eshrāghi for a conversation about transoceanic knowledges and practices. Through their discussion they will grapple with the notion of hydrodecadance – an industrial phenomenon of appropriation and extraction in violation of Indigenous integralities.
Image: Angela Tiatia, "The Pearl", 2021, still from single-channel 4K video 16:9, colour, sound, 9 mins. Courtesy of the artist and sullivan+strumpf, Sydney

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