On the occasion of the exhibition DESTINY the National Gallery of Victoria presents a limited-edition screen-printed tea towel featuring, Come on in my kitchen, 2009; made from the artist’s original files and printed on luxury archival linen. This exquisite edition is signed and numbered by the artist; and presented in an archival paper collector’s wallet with resealable tab and edition detail card.
Australian artist Destiny Deacon, a Kuku and Erub/Mer (North-East Cape York and Torres Strait) woman, is known for having coined the term ‘blak’, in a reclaiming and recasting of a word with myriad connotations of colonialism and prejudice. Her work sits in the uncomfortable but compelling space between comedy and tragedy. Working across photography, video, printmaking, mixed media and installation, Deacon interrogates the way in which Aboriginal people have been, and continue to be, misrepresented within popular culture.
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DESTINY DEACONCome on in my kitchen
inkjet print from digital image on archival paper
80.0 x 60.0 cm
Collection of the artist
© Destiny Deacon, courtesy Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney
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This item is a limited edition.
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