How a regional race riot from the 1860s is impacting artists today

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Australia’s first race riot has an uncanny parallel to contemporary narratives, which are fleshed out in a new exhibition at 4A exploring alternatives to the violent re-telling of history.

Installation view of John Young Zerunge's video, The Burrangong Affray, at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Arts, Sydney (2018). Photo: ArtsHub.

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