O ai aʻu

 Faitautusi Indigenous art archive reading space - Pōuliuli installation view 2017 - courtesy West Space and Jacqui Shelton

Faitautusi Indigenous art archive reading space - Pōuliuli installation view 2017 - courtesy West Space and Jacqui Shelton

 

NEI TAIMI / EN COURS / CURRENT

Associations: Creative Practice and Research, edited by James Oliver
Melbourne University Press, 2018

Witnessing: Review of Where We Stand (2018) and Kanohi ki te kanohi (2017)
un Magazine

13 July-16 September 2018 // Seeing Voices
Riddoch Art Gallery, Mt Gambier

 

I LUMANAʻI / À VENIR / UPCOMING

26-28 July 2018 // Experimenter Curators' Hub 2018
Experimenter Gallery, Kolkata

22 September-22 December 2018 // The Commute 
Institute of Modern Art

15 February-7 April 2019 // Seeing Voices
Bathurst Regional Gallery

1 May-30 June 2019 // Seeing Voices 
Devonport Regional Gallery

 

TUSIGA ʻESEʻESE / RECENSIONS / REVIEWS

Primary Colours: Preparing a New Generation - Clayton Windatt // cmagazine, Issue 136: Site/ation, 2017

Love and decolonisation in actu - Tristen Harwood // un Magazine, Issue 10.2, 2016

Postcard from Melbourne - Emily Cormack // Frieze Magazine, 2016

 

O ai aʻu / À propos / About

Léuli Eshrāghi [Āpia, Leulumoega, Siʻumu, Salelologa, Najafābād, other ancestries; Pronouns ia, ū or any others] is an artist, 1/5 curators on The Commute, and Monash University PhD candidate, grateful to live on Kulin Nation territory. Ia work centres on ceremonial-political practices, language renewal, and Indigenous futures throughout the Great Ocean. Ia exhibits and publishes regularly, and serves on the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective (Canada) board and un Magazine editorial committee. Any consultation requests must be remunerated according to standard protocols, whether addressed in person or on digital platforms. 

Léuli Eshrāghi [Āpia, Leulumoega, Siʻumu, Salelologa, Najafābād, et d'autres origines ; pronoms ia, ū ou quelconque autre] est artiste, 1/5 commissaires sur The Commute, et doctorant à l'université Monash, reconnaissant de mener sa vie sur le territoire de la Nation Kulin. Ia travail est axé sur les pratiques cérémonielles-politiques, les langues renouvelées, et les avenirs autochtones à travers le Grand Océan. Ia expose et publie régulièrement, et sert en tant que membre du comité d'administration du Collectif des commissaires autochtones (Canada) et du comité éditorial de la revue un. Toute demande de consultation devra être rémunérée conforme aux règles en vigueur, tant exprimée en personne ou sur des plateformes numériques.