From the Kamilaroi nation, Archie Moore creates works of art that question history and identity. In this site-specific installation titled Whipsaw, Moore conjures two difficult situations and opposing pressures simultaneously to represent time, memory and trauma.
‘I am interested in impossible spaces; spaces that harbour misinformation, disingenuity and ambivalence, ones that describe my experiences of identity and growing up in a small town. I’m interested in how memory isn’t static but constantly reinformed by the action of remembering – reconstruction.’
Whipsaw is presented in partnership with Fontanelle