Know My Name is an exhibition in two parts at the National Gallery of Australia. It is the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of work by women, presented in a thematic rather than chronological form. It reveals relationships between the present and the past, relationships between artists, and common concerns.
Exhibition drew together western materials and traditional Chinese calligraphic forms, paintings, ink drawings, calligraphic symbols made from chenille sticks, a video, and an installation concerning the foot binding of women. Addressing textuality, her paintings crossed the border between cartoons, graffiti and traditional Chinese illustration, thus melding disparate artistic forms, communication methods, myths and cultural traditions.
Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS
Beynon, Kate, Kate Beynon 1994-2002. Parkside, South Australia: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, 2002
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