Now showing in cinema.
20 July - 7 August
- Dimakarri ‘Ray’ Dixon (Mudburra)
- Jack Green (Garawa, Gudanji)
- Gadrian Hoosan (Garrwa, Yanyuwa)
- Robert O’Keefe (Wambaya)
- Juliri Ingra and Neola Savage (Gooreng Gooreng)
- Que Kenny (Western Arrarnta)
- Cassie Williams (Western Arrarnta)
- The Sandridge Band from Borroloola
- Professor Irene Watson (Tanganekald, Meintangk Bunganditj)
Artspace Aotearoa and Slow Boil presents INFRACTIONS (2019), a feature-length video installation platforming the struggles of frontline Indigenous cultural workers against threats to more than 50% of the Northern Territory of Australia from shale gas fracking.
Refuting capitalist and colonial models of land and water in the driest continent on earth, INFRACTIONS features musician/community leader Dimakarri ‘Ray’ Dixon (Mudburra); two-time Telstra Award finalist Jack Green, who is also winner of the the 2015 Peter Rawlinson Conservation Award (Garawa, Gudanji); musician/community leader Gadrian Hoosan (Garrwa, Yanyuwa); ranger Robert O’Keefe(Wambaya); educators Juliri Ingra and Neola Savage (Gooreng Gooreng); Ntaria community worker and law student Que Kenny(Western Arrarnta); musician Cassie Williams (Western Arrarnta); the Sandridge Band from Borroloola; and Professor Irene Watson(Tanganekald, Meintangk Bunganditj) contributor to the draft UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, 1990-1994.
More information including podcasts with First Nations speakers as part of the Institute of Modern Art national tour can be found here: ima.org.au/exhibitions/infractions/
- Director/Research/Camera/Sound: Rachel O’Reilly
- Producer: Mason Leaver-Yap
- Editor/Visual Research: Sebastian Bodirsky
- Camera: Tibor Hegedis, Colleen Raven (Nharla Photography)
- Sound mastering: Jochen Jezussek
- Map visuals: Valle Medina, Benjamin Reynolds (Pa.LaC.E)
- Subtitles: Katharina Habibi
- Additional support: Australia Council for the Arts