Naretha Williams | Australia CORVID

When does our perception of perfection become adrift from reality? What is Indigenous knowledge?

From our divine mathematical beginnings and complex ancestral grids, we are the keepers of a perfect blueprint – ourselves. Corvid birds (crows and ravens) are the ancestral totemic lineage of the artist and provide an archetype and language for the artist’s mixed lineage and responsibilities. This sculptural sound installation analyses DNA sequences to create mathematical music, and explores the transmission of ancestral information through nature.

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The Artist: Naretha Williams

Naretha Williams is a First Nations experimental & interdisciplinary artist with a primary focus on music and audio arts practice.  A Wiradjuri woman of mixed lineage, born and based in Melbourne on the Sovereign Land of the Kulin Nation, Victoria, Australia.  Naretha’s process based work intersects installation and contemporary music, exploring themes around identity, place and the unseen world.  Ritual and esoteric practice underpins both process and presentation of the majority of Naretha’s work.

12.09.2018 - 03.11.2018 Perfection

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