Pundits Accountable, 2008/2023
Lascaux Screenprint on Paper
27.5 x 44cm
Edition of 50
Limited to one per customer. Please note that all works will be shipped from August.
Liverpool Biennial is delighted to announce the release of a Limited Edition Lascaux screenprint by Brook Andrew, entitled ‘Pundits Accountable’ (2008/2023). The work is a screenprint of an existing collage originally produced in 2008. The original work is composed of black and gold ink and collage of cut out newspaper on canvas.
This new screenprint for Liverpool Biennial serves as a companion piece to the artist’s outdoor installation, ‘NGAAY’ (2023), a large-scale neon work which was produced for ‘Liverpool Biennial 2023, uMoya: The Sacred Return of Lost Things’, and exhibited at Stanley Dock. ‘NGAAY’ (2023) is a Wiradjuri word meaning ‘to see’.
Through centring indigenous language and perspectives, Andrew’s work questions the limitations imposed by colonial power structures, historical amnesia, and stereotyping. Drawing on his Wiradjuri heritage (Indigenous Australian), Andrew disrupts Western conventions of space and time, to present alternative histories and ways of being.
Brook Andrew is an Australian Wiradjuri/Celtic artist and writer. Andrew is Enterprise Professor Interdisciplinary Practice and Director of Reimagining Museums and Collections at the University of Melbourne. His interdisciplinary practice is driven by the collisions of intertwined narratives, often emerging from the mess of the “Colonial Wuba (hole)”. His practice is grounded in his perspective as a Wiradjuri and Celtic person with matrilineal kinship from the kalar midday (land of the three rivers), Australia.
Andrew’s artworks, research, leadership roles and curatorial projects challenge the limitations imposed by power structures, historical amnesia and complicity to centre and support Indigenous ways of being through systemic change and yindyamarra (respect, honour, go slow and responsibility).
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