Ngala Wongga | Cultural significance of languages in the Goldfields
A photo exhibition and multimedia projection through floating layers of tulle fabric with exquisite and rare audio of Aboriginal Elders sharing stories and songs. By artists Martine Perret (photography & sound recording) and Jonathan Mustard (digital production technician, video and sound designer)
Ngala Wongga is an immersive & multi-sensorial installation of sound & image drawing attention to the need to preserve at-risk Indigenous languages in the Goldfields of WA by documenting the last handful of remaining speakers & their physical & cultural connection to their lands.
On show 4 – 25 Feb 2017, view weekdays 10-4.45, Saturday 12-4
LAUNCH EVENT 6:30pm WED 8 FEB rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org
ARTIST TALK 2pm SATURDAY 11 FEB