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      Possessed I,    2015 Gelatin silver fibre gloss print 190 x 127 cm

Possessed

Possessed, continues his action of twisting historical perception and visual immersion and recalls the debates about imperial conquest, that lie close to the heartbeat of this artist’s work. The concept of ‘possession’ looms large in John Locke’s second Treatise on Government of 1690, a text often mistakenly invoked to legitimate early white settlement, vacuum domicilium, in North America.
Possessed essay by Grazia Gunn, read more.

Possessed. Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne. October 8 – November 7, 2015