The Resource Art and Aboriginality in the south-east, Sylvie Kleinert

Art and Aboriginality in the south-east, Sylvie Kleinert

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Art and Aboriginality in the south-east
Title
Art and Aboriginality in the south-east
Statement of responsibility
Sylvie Kleinert
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Aboriginal art in South East reveals matrix of relatively independent regional traditions; cross cultural exchange occurred frequently; provides history of Aboriginal art from early colonial period; religion of area focussed on 'all father' figures - Daramulun and Baiami; Bora ceremonies elaborately carved wooden weapons; ambivalent role of missions; political dimensions of art of William Barak, Tommy McRae and Mickey of Ulladulla; traditional decorative objects - emu eggs, shell necklaces, baskets kept cultural heritage alive and moved into colonial spaces; sale to tourists of feather flowers, boomerangs; urbanisation transformed corroborees into festival and concerts; dynamic response to changed historical realities
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Kleinert, Sylvia
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • plates
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Art and Aboriginality in the south-east, Sylvie Kleinert
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliography p. 247
Label
Art and Aboriginality in the south-east, Sylvie Kleinert
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliography p. 247

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