Glass Aesthetics and Australian Politics: Artist Yhonnie Scarce

Yhonnie Scarce uses glass as a political tool, revealing pivotal moments in Australian history.
As an Aboriginal artist, family and heritage are central to Scarce’s work. She is known for her sculptural installations, addressing the effects of colonisation and nuclear testing on Aboriginal people. Scarce was born in Woomera, South Australia in 1973. She majored in glassblowing at the University of South Australia in 2003, before completing a Masters of Fine Art at Monash University, Melbourne (...

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