Latest SAM Drawing Wall artist talk on Friday

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Discover the meaning of the intriguing and barely visible ‘AT THIS SITE’, the latest Drawing Wall instalment by artist Steven Rhall at a free artist talk on Friday 5 April from 12.30pm.

Artist Steven Rhall and SAM Community and Indigenous Engagement Officer Belinda Briggs present a lunchtime artist talk to find out more about Rhall’s art practice and the way this informs his work. This unique drawing wall is a signpost that reflects on Australia’s history and the absence of Aboriginal voice.

Steven Rhall is an interdisciplinary artist of the Taungurung People, whose practice spans photography, sculpture, and performance including public and private interventions responding both to cultural histories of place and ideas about their potential futures. He lives and works in Melbourne, Victoria.

Rhall exhibits internationally, lectures at the Victorian College of the Arts, and is a current PhD candidate at Monash University on Birrarung-ga land (Melbourne, Australia).

All are welcome to come along to this free talk, register your interest via the event on SAM’s Facebook Page, online, or just drop in.