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Curated by Wotjobaluk writer, artist and curator Kat Clarke ‘Sacred Light: in the shadows of the land’ is a First Nations exhibition exploring the power of light and darkness and how sacred and ceremonial light including the light within, guides us and our senses.

Artists: Kat Clarke, Adam Sutardy, Stevie Graymore, Hollie Johnson, Yaraan Bundle.

Light and darkness have always been beacons for spiritual intuition to emerge. It is a part of both day and night where the shadows of the land sing out to connect us. As a balance in the universe, it is most important to allow our senses to waken and be aware, for we cannot have light and darkness without good and evil.

Sacred light such as firelight protects us and keeps us safe from the muki’s that shapeshift through the land and provides guidance. It is in our stories, the dreaming, through dance, song, and art. It is there within the fire itself and the tools we use to make it burn with a heartbeat so that within us forms connection up from the earth of our ancestral roots. And as caretakers we listen and observe, for if we are not listening then we are not really seeing. It’s time to wake up.

Image: Kat Clarke, Wimmera Sunset, digital image, 15 x 20cm. Courtesy the artist.

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