WK12Wed 19 Aug – Sat 05 Sep

KNOWLEDGE ? GUIDANCE ? PASSAGE

Knowledge ? Guidance ? Passage is a solo exhibition at Kudos Gallery by Oliver Pike, an Indigenous Australian and proud member of the Wiradjuri and Ngemba peoples.

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Oliver Pike

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Affinity with one’s culture can reveal questions and enquiries that can sometimes not be answered. As a proud Wiradjuri and Ngemba man from country NSW, I have found myself in a situation where all I can do is question my culture in order to understand where the true essence is placed, or displaced. Knowledge ? Guidance ? Passage is a series of works that provide a sense of ease to these questionings. Aunty Yvonne, proud La Perouse elder – is someone who has guided me along a different path. The path of understanding one’s journey in order to depict one’s directions.

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HOW TO VISIT KUDOS GALLERY AND BE COVID SAFE.

? To Visit Kudos Gallery bookings are now essential. Click through the ticketing link to book your time to visit Kudos Gallery. 

? There will only be a maximum of 6 visitors to the gallery at a time 

? You will only be permitted inside the gallery at your booked time. If you are presenting symptoms of COVID-19 you will not be permitted to visit Kudos Gallery even if you feel well enough to attend. If you are presenting symptoms you will be excluded from the premises. It is recommended that you self isolate and get tested as soon as possible.


GALLERY OPENING HOURS

Wed - Sat 11:00am - 4:00pm 

6 Napier St, Paddington NSW 2021 

If you have specific questions about access to Kudos Gallery, please contact us prior to the event and we will make every effort to accommodate you. 

Contact us via email: 

kudos@arc.unsw.edu.au 

www.arc.unsw.edu.au/kudos


Kudos Gallery acknowledges and pays respect to the Bidjigal and Gadigal people of the Eora nation, the owners of the land on which Kudos Gallery shares, creates and operates on. We pay our respects to elders past and present, and acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded. This will always be Aboriginal land.

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