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Brook Garru Andrew

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Brook Garru Andrew is a Wiradjuri Celtic (Indigenous Australian) artist, curator and writer. His artworks, museum interventions, research, leadership roles and curatorial projects challenge the limitations imposed by power structures and historical amnesia to centre and support Indigenous ways of knowing and being through systemic change and yindyamarra (respect, honour, go slow and responsibility). Brook recently premiered the video installation GABAN (strange) at the Gropius Bau, Berlin, and is currently preparing new work for the 2023 Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art and the Sharjah Biennial 15: Thinking Historically in the Present. He is Enterprise Professor of Interdisciplinary Practice and Director of Reimagining Museums and Collections at the University of Melbourne.

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