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Daniel Browning

Yhonnie Scarce: 'Australia is very good at forgetting the past' Ocula Conversation  |  Published in Partnership with ACCA Melbourne Yhonnie Scarce: 'Australia is very good at forgetting the past' By Daniel Browning, Melbourne

Yhonnie Scarce reflects on the themes running through her solo exhibition at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Missile Park.

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