Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts

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Presented by Institutes of Modern Art (IMA)

Hannah Brontë’s recent video work Umma’s Tongue­­–molten at 6000° pairs the female black body with panoramic images of mining and natural destruction. As the artist describes it: “If mother earth were a rapper then this is her new music video”. The word umma, or mother, repeated by a cast of Indigenous female rappers calls up the matriarchal figure of nature in resistance to a dystopian landscape of human industry. Entwining the women’s words with Mother Nature’s tongue, Brontë voices her warning— ‘don’t make umma have to clap back’.

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Event Details

Date & Time

13 January -10 March 2018

Gallery opening hours:
Tuesday 11am-6pm
Wednesday 11am-6pm
Thursday 11am-6pm
Friday 11am-6pm
Satruday 11am-6pm


Exhibition floor - bookings not required