‘Dabaa.malang Guyulgang’ is the inaugural exhibition of Laneway Lightbox Open-air Gallery in Albury. It features local female First Nations artists Glennys Briggs, Teisha Maksymow-McGuiness, Patricia Cerminara and Brittany Wright (AWAHS Koori Women’s group). The artists explore uneasy narratives, unravel displacement and trauma, and discover cultural heritage that has existed throughout time, in search of ways to healing and self-strengthening.
The storytelling through dynamic visual languages brings us to the journey of resilience while stressing the role of knowledge sharing. ‘Dabaa.malang Guyulgang’ translates to ‘enduring and strong mob’.
Laneway Lightbox Open-Air Gallery is an ongoing program with permanent lightboxes and outdoor art exhibitions along AMP Lane Albury every four to six months.