THE CRANNY

2-18 March 2018

Nadeena Dixon

Biyal Na-Buni Biyal

(translates to mean ‘you cannot see it’

in the Sydney Gadigal language)

Preview: Friday 2 March from 11am

Opening Event: Friday 2 March 6-8pm

Artist Talks: Saturday 17 March 3-5pm

IWOST participation: Sunday 18 March

This exhibition showcases new work by Wiradjuri,Yuin, Gadigal contemporary Indigenous multi-disciplinary artist Nadeena Dixon.

Nadeena Dixon is a Wiradjuri, Yuin and Gadigal (Dharug-Boorongberigal clan) Indigenous multi-disciplinary artist. Her practice encompasses print-making, multi-platform production including photography, animation, video, editing and sound, as well as webpage design and integration.

Nadeena is recognised as a Master Weaver in Indigenous Cultural Traditions. Her cultural practices include dance, song, language,songwrting, contemporary theatre storytelling and contemporary ceremony. She is an experienced guitarist, singer and performance artist. Nadeena has a Post Graduate Degree in Indigenous Arts Management University of Melbourne and a Masters in Fine Arts UNSW.

Image: Nadeena Dixon, She Dreams In Colour, 2018, Photgraphic image, digital maniuplation, 297 x 420mm. Image courtesy of the artist.