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Humaninside

 

Overview

Humaninside is a multidisciplinary exhibition hosted at the Fremantle Prison Gallery in Western Australia (WA) that focuses on local Indigenous families and their experiences with the criminal justice system, particularly as they involve Fremantle Prison. This event is sponsored by the Fremantle Art Centre and examines the issues surrounding the high rate of Indigenous youth incarceration in the WA justice system and the impact this has on the families of the prisoners.

Humaninside is a collaboration between artist Tania Ferrier, photographer James Kerr and Indigenous film maker Glen Stasiuk. With a focus on the personal histories of Western Australian Indigenous families, Humaninside provides a platform for these individuals and groups to relate their experiences and personal histories in an engaging and thought-provoking way to the public.

Catalogue essays are provided by Jim Morrison and Lily Hibberd, while the public is also invited to attend a guest speaker forum held in the gallery on 24 November.

Contacts

Fremantle Prison
1 The Terrace
Fremantle WA 6160
Ph: (08) 9336 9200
Fax: (08) 9430 7188
Email: info@fremantleprison.com.au

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Last updated: 3 October 2012
 
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