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Megan Evans


Megan Evans is a visual artist working as a professional artist for 30 years, doing everything from large-scale murals in the early 80s to my own exhibitions.

More recently, she divides her time between working three days a week as a curator in a suburban gallery showing contemporary art, and being in the studio. She likes to position herself on the edge of things and shy away from the popular and everyday.

Her current artwork is a culmination of 30 years of thinking about colonisation and race in Australia. It is a long-term project called KELOID.

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