Liveworks Keynote Lecture: r e a

Liveworks Keynote Lecture: r e a

Liveworks Keynote Lecture: r e a

90 mins
Fri 27 Oct 6:00 PM
Liveworks Public Programs: Foyer
Wheelchair Access

General Admission


Presented by Performance Space 


r e a is a pioneering Indigenous Australian media artist, writer and researcher of the Gamilaraay/Wailwan/Biripi nations. For over three decades, her critical investigations into technology’s role in visualising and defining the Indigenous body have made a landmark contribution to our visual culture. Increasingly, her innovative work has employed digital technologies and interactive systems to explore the intersection of race, gender and sexuality in representations of Indigenous art and culture. For this special Liveworks keynote lecture, r e a will share her research and recent works to unpack these converging phenomena.


Join us to hear the most exciting voices in the Asia-Pacific discuss their experimental and multi-disciplinary practices, and gain new perspectives into what it means to be making work -- here and now. Responding to the thematic concerns of Liveworks and situating them within contemporary artistic discourse the Liveworks Keynote Lectures will reflect on the privilege and responsibilities of the cultural production in our current context.


This lecture is free, but requires reservations. Please book seats below. 

Liveworks Public Programs: Foyer

245 Wilson St
Eveleigh, NSW, 2015
Wheelchair seating is available in this venue. Please phone 61 2 8571 9111 at least 24 hours in advance to reserve these seats.