THE FATE
OF THINGS
PRAGUE
2019

The Behal Fejér Institute, Prague

7 October 2019

{ The artworks in The Fate of Things are a response to recalled family stories and histories in an attempt to emotionally reconnect with lost family members, particularly her female predecessors. While this exhibition references post-memory and intergenerational trauma, it is from the perspective of an Australian artist whose family relocated from Europe in circumstances that will be relatable to those who have suffered diaspora, trauma or isolation.

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Through the use of video, photography, assemblage and textiles, together with family objects, she considers her family’s fractured past through the frame of contemporary art.

The artworks in The Fate of Things are a response to recalled family stories and histories in an attempt to emotionally reconnect with lost family members, particularly her female predecessors. While this exhibition references post-memory and intergenerational trauma, it is from the perspective of an Australian artist whose family relocated from Europe in circumstances that will be relatable to those who have suffered diaspora, trauma or isolation.

THE FATE OF THINGS, PRAGUE
The Behal fejér Institute, PRAGUE