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Crash Sites: Therese Ritchie and Rod Moss

Kleinert, S (2005). Crash Sites: Therese Ritchie and Rod Moss. Artlink,25(2):30-35.

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Title Crash Sites: Therese Ritchie and Rod Moss
Author Kleinert, S
Journal Name Artlink
Publication Date 2005
Volume Number 25
Issue Number 2
Start Page 30
End Page 35
Field of Research 1901 - Art Theory and Criticism
HERDC Category C3 - Journal Article - Non-refereed articles (including articles in professional journals) (internal)
Abstract The rapprochement between Aboriginal and white Australian people and the bridging of cultural division, explored through the work and lives of Rod Moss and Therese Ritchie. Both artists have immersed themselves in the day-to-day lives of their aboriginal friends, involved in relationships of reciprocity as part of an extended network of kin. In an effort to cross the cultural divide of difference created by colonisation, they negotiate a situated form of cultural practice.
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