Meet the Artist > Jayda Wilson

Meet the Artist > Jayda Wilson
IMAGE &gt; Jayda Wilson, From West Coast to City Centre, 2024, 420 x 594 mm fine art prints on smooth cotton paper. Images courtesy of the
artist with permission from the National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan.

Join us for a relaxed walkthrough of the exhibition Neva-gu dyugurpa, From West Coast to City Centre guided by exhibiting artist Jayda Wilson, followed by a casual Q&A where audience can gain insights on the significance of family history storytelling and the notion behind Wilson's medium of practice.

Jayda Wilson is a proud Gugada and Wirangu emerging artist living and working on unceded Kaurna Yarta. Wilson’s practice is a journey to reclaiming their mother tongue through the (re)telling of family history with their visual practice acting as a site for (re)memory and (re)archiving. By working in mediums of sound and print they ground themselves culturally and affirm sovereignty through Gugada and Wirangu wangga, embedded in country on the Far West Coast of South Australia.

WHEN > Sunday 7 April 2024
TIME > 2PM to 3PM
VENUE > Linden Projects Space, rear 26 Acland Street, St Kilda
ACCESS > FREE, All Welcome

Please note > Linden Projects Space is not wheelchair accessible. We apologise for any inconvenience.

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