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Morning Tea & Floor Talk: Monumental as Anything


Join us for a morning tea and floor talk to celebrate Monumental as Anything, a new exhibition by artist Keg de Souza and curator Evgenia Anagnostopoulou. Visitors will enjoy a cup of Chai and snacks courtesy of the Albury Wodonga Indian Australian Association in the gallery, followed by the floor talk that introduces us to the exhibition’s themes, processes and collaborations.

Monumental as Anything
shares the stories of local Albury resident, Aruna Gandhi, and her garden. The exhibition features an assemblage of prints and cast objects that offer traces of the garden, and explores the ways narratives around migration are forged within Albury Wodonga, and physical and social structures that serve to remember them.

Free event, all welcome.

What to expect: visitors are invited to enjoy Chai and Indian snacks within the exhibition Monumental as Anything (level 2), followed by a conversation between the artist and curator. Chairs will be available for attendees, please get in touch if you have any questions about access.

Artist bio
Keg de Souza is an artist of Goan ancestry who lives and works on unceded Gadigal land. Architecturally trained, she creates social and spatial environments, making reference to her lived experiences of squatting and organising with projects that use plant and food politics, temporary architecture, publishing and radical pedagogy. De Souza draws from personal experiences of colonialism – from her own ancestral lands being colonised to living as a settler on other peoples unceded lands – to inform her layered projects that centre marginalised voices and lesser-known stories for learning about Place.

Curator bio
Evgenia Anagnostopoulou is a curator and producer from Athens, Greece, working on unceded Gadigal land. She is an assistant programs producer at the Art Gallery of NSW (AGNSW) and a Masters of Fine Art (Curating) candidate at the University of NSW. Her interests lie in artistic and institutional forms of resistance and alternative methods of knowledge production. She has previously organised curatorial projects at AGNSW, Firstdraft and Kudos Gallery, undertaken studies at BAK (Netherlands) and held positions at the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Biennale of Sydney.

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