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ISBN: 9780994472755
Dimensions: 24x29cm
Pages: 229
Publication year: 2022
Publisher: FORM
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Tracks We Share

Edited by Andrew NichollsEmma PolettiMags Webster

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An unprecedented insight into the Pibara’s visual art movement during the 21st century, Tracks We Share: Contemporary Art of the Pilbara offers a broad-ranging contemplation of one of the key ways the Pilbara’s
Aboriginal communities share, sustain and celebrate culture. This comprehensive publication contains essays and commentary by leading curators on the artists and practices of the region, signifying the first time that the Pilbara has been presented and evaluated as an art-making centre equal to any other in Australia.

The book also shares images and stories of the artworks, artists and Country showcased in the Tracks We Share: Contemporary Art of the Pilbara exhibition which premiered at The Art Gallery of Western Australia in March 2022. As some of the region’s most senior artists cease painting, and younger generations embark on their own artistic approaches to sharing culture, Tracks We Share records and appraises an important moment in a significant regional art movement, highlighting the unique space the Pilbara’s Aboriginal artists have carved out in contemporary Australian art.


Pages: 229
Publication Year: 2022
Publisher: FORM
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Andrew Nicholls

Andrew Nicholls is an Australian/British artist, writer and curator who has worked for FORM since 2002 in the roles of Artistic Program Manager, curator and currently, senior curator. In his work for FORM and in his freelance practice he specialises in site-responsive and residency-driven artistic programming, and particularly draws inspiration from heritage sites and museum […]

Emma Poletti

Emma Poletti is a project manager with extensive experience working with urban, regional and remote artists across a range of artistic disciplines. Since 2019, Emma has overseen the development and delivery of major projects for FORM, most notably the multi-year Tracks We Share project focused on the Pilbara’s Aboriginal art movement.

Mags Webster

Dr Mags Webster has worked with FORM in various capacities since 2006, on projects such as Yiwarra Kuju: The Canning Stock Route project, the PUBLIC festival of urban art and Field of Light: Avenue of Honour. Currently FORM’s in-house writing and research lead, Mags is also an award-winning poet.