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Previous Page Parent Page Next Page In the Patterns of Connection series Leah King-Smith overlays nineteenth-century photographs of Aboriginal subjects with her own contemporary painted and photographed images of the Australian bush. Through this juxtaposition of past and present, King-Smith encourages her audience to re-think their conceptions of Aboriginality. The artist�s nineteenth-century source material for this photograph is an image by the colonial photographer Charles Walter, taken at Lake Tyers Aboriginal Mission, Victoria in 1869.
Accession No:
Artist: KING-SMITH, Leah
Birth/Death Country: Australia
Birth/Death Date: 1957
ATSI Region: Southeast
Sub-Region: Victoria
Specific Location: Melbourne
Artists Country:
Title/date: Untitled no. 11 1992
Collective Title: Patterns of Connection
Technique: direct positive colour photograph
Size: comp 100.0 x 101.0 sheet 131.4 x 105.0
Credit Line: Purchased 1994