A photographic installation celebrating the richness and diversity of Victorian Aboriginal people.
Earlier this year the much loved exhibition Koorie Voices closed as part of the preparations for the redevelopment of the Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre.
Koorie Voices was one of the most popular displays in Bunjilaka and has kept people coming back time and time again. Its closure was met with a feeling of sadness both at the museum and by the community. It was this feedback that drove the decision to put the images of Koorie Voices back on display.
In June 2012, the Koorie Voices images were installed in the main walk outside Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre. This version focuses on the portraits with all of the photos represented as either printed panels or on screen.
The Koorie Voices photographic installation celebrates the richness and diversity of Victorian Aboriginal people. These images are connections to Ancestors, country and identity.
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