Art encourages us to view the world in new ways as existing narratives are challenged and shaken loose. What strategies generate this change?
Triennial artists, Scotty So and Timothy Moore together with Triennial publication contributor Claire G. Coleman, explore the ways artists and designers rewrite historical narratives. Exploring queer perspectives and intersecting with other frameworks including anti-colonialism, learn more about our shifting cultural narratives.
An introductory video provocation by Triennial artist Frieda Toranzo Jaeger begins the conversation. Toranzo Jaeger’s work considers the iconography of cars and the intersection of their mythology with colonialism, religion and performativity.
This program was part of Triennial conversations, which took place on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 December to mark the opening of NGV Triennial 2020.