Blak Douglas

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Region: Sydney

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Acclaimed visual activist.

PayBak“Brother I don’t understand

PayBak

“œBrother I don“'t understand what“'s happened to the Koori man they took the weapons from my Read More
ArterializeThis work represents the migration between the 'flat bottomed clouds' era between 2000 and 2010. Pieces here like 'Purveyor perversion'

Arterialize

This work represents the migration between the 'flat bottomed clouds' era between 2000 and 2010. Pie Read More
Perveyor PerversionThis work represents the migration between the 'flat bottomed clouds' era between 2000 and 2010. Pieces here like 'Purveyor perversion'

Perveyor Perversion

This work represents the migration between the 'flat bottomed clouds' era between 2000 and 2010. Pie Read More
Art After PowersThis work represents the migration between the 'flat bottomed clouds' era between 2000 and 2010. Pieces here like 'Purveyor perversion'

Art After Powers

This work represents the migration between the 'flat bottomed clouds' era between 2000 and 2010. Pie Read More
Wirambi - NickelArtist Statement

Wirambi – Nickel

Artist Statement Wirambi - the Sydney Fruit Bat or Flying Fox - is a male totem of the Boorooberong Read More
Wirambi - GoldArtist Statement

Wirambi – Gold

Artist Statement Wirambi - the Sydney Fruit Bat or Flying Fox - is a male totem of the Boorooberong Read More
BOONG!Artist statement

BOONG!

Artist statement The derogatory term, 'Boong', originated from the name of the first recognised Abo Read More
Smoke & Mirrors (first study)Archibald Finalist entry first study Smoke and Mirrors. Adam (aka Blak Douglas) Hill  talked about the subject of his entry

Smoke & Mirrors (first study)

Archibald Finalist entry first study Smoke and Mirrors. Adam (aka Blak Douglas) Hill talked about t Read More
CoconotAn eye-catching exploration of contemporary social issues.

Coconot

An eye-catching exploration of contemporary social issues. Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize f Read More
Much Ado Abbott Nothing"Painted for an exhibition in Flinders Lane

Much Ado Abbott Nothing

"Painted for an exhibition in Flinders Lane, Melbourne at the time when Tony Abbott was a potential Read More
Sorry BinThis piece is an original artwork conceived early 2012 by Adam

Sorry Bin

This piece is an original artwork conceived early 2012 by Adam, and later executed as a separate col Read More
Really BinsThis original series was conceived early 2012 by Adam and ultimately executed as a collaborative work between Adam and Will Coles. Accepted as a finalist in the 2012 Sculpture by the Sea (Tamarama Beach)

Really Bins

This original series was conceived early 2012 by Adam and ultimately executed as a collaborative wor Read More
I rest my StaceA comment / homage to Arthur Stace (1884 – 1967) also known as Mr Eternity. Arthur

I rest my Stace

A comment / homage to Arthur Stace (1884 ““ 1967) also known as Mr Eternity. Arthur, a reformed Read More
The WrathThe Commonwealth is represented by the 'staff' (red / white / blue) upon the right side of the piece and the Indigenous peoples the eucalyptus branches grouped on the left. The diminishing landscape

The Wrath

The Commonwealth is represented by the 'staff' (red / white / blue) upon the right side of the piece Read More
Desecration NationOf the first series of the 'new era' art practice.

Desecration Nation

Of the first series of the 'new era' art practice. Read More

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