- Banksia: GLVES discusses new single SHIPS and reflective songwriting process
- Banksia: Maree Clarke yarns about Yalingwa Fellowship, current projects and creative practice spanning 30 years
Mutti Mutti, Wamba Wamba, Yorta Yorta and Boonwurrung woman and artist Maree Clarke
Mutti Mutti, Wamba Wamba, Yorta Yorta and Boonwurrung woman and artist Maree Clarke joined Banksia to talk about recieving the Yallingwa Fellowships and the upcoming Yallinga exhibition at ACCA, as well as their projects with 101 Collins Street, Vivid Sydney, Munro Library and Metro Tunnel Project.
During the conversation, Maree spoke about their multidisciplinary art practice across sculpture, glasswork, jewelerry, painting, and multi media installations of video, photography including lenticular prints, 3D photographs and photographic holograms.
With a career which spans over 30 years, Maree also discussed the process and response to their exhibition Ancestral Memories at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) which involved her family and community, and mentoring the next generation.
Find out more about Maree Clarke here.
Kaurareg singer-songwriter and visual creator GLVES
Kaurareg singer-songwriter and visual creator GLVES joined Banksia to talk about their latest single SHIPS as well as their creative journey.
In discussing the single, they explained how SHIPS, explores the complexities of acceptance and relationship labels - whether it be a mother, father, partner, etc.
As their sixth single, GLVES also discussed their songwriting process of each single as individual, reflective bodies of work that creates a bigger picture of a creative journey.
As a visual creator, GLVES also spoke about the visual elements of their artistry.
About this program
A show celebrating First Nations arts and culture.