Tuesday 18 May 2021 to Sunday 27 June 2021
Loss is an exhibition exploring the impact of leaving a homeland, by those who have.
Australia is a country where a large percentage of the population have moved to Australia (or their ancestors have) from other parts of the world. In Liverpool Council area 41% of people stated on the 2016 Census that they were born overseas.
Many of the people born overseas have fled their homelands to find refuge and a safer way to live. Past Australian Government policies have also impacted on Aboriginal communities, forced off country, their populations decimated, and children separated from their families.
Each of the artists featured in this exhibition are from Western Sydney and have a practice that explores the reasons, impacts and losses of leaving their homelands. They comment, from their own experiences, on difficult topics including war, torture, stolen generation and offer personal insights into reconnecting with culture, home, family, and friends.