5 July 2012
In this interview, members of the Native American art collective Postcommodity, Kade L. Twist and Raven Chacon discuss their latest work at the Art Gallery of NSW. Twist and Chacon were in Australia for an artists panel hosted by the US Studies Centre for the Biennale of Sydney. They begin by discussing the aural experience of their latest installation.
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