The public is invited to a tour of the exhibition Rebecca Belmore : Facing the Monumental with Léuli Eshrāghi, artist and curator.
The tour will be held in French.
Dr. Léuli Eshrāghi (he/ia) is an Australian artist, curator and writer of Sāmoan, Persian and other ancestries, and a Horizon/Indigenous Futures Postdoctoral Fellow at Concordia University. Léuli creates performances, installations, writings and curatorial projects centred on embodied knowledges, ceremonial-political practices, language renewal and hopeful futures throughout the Great Ocean. He is part of the Indigenous curatorial collective the Visiting Curators, with Freja Carmichael, Sarah Biscarra Dilley, Tarah Hogue and Lana Lopesi, working on exhibition platforms The Commute, Institute of Modern Art (2018); Layover, Artspace Aotearoa (2019); and Transits & Returns, Vancouver Art Gallery (2019). His works have been presented in numerous exhibitions internationally. He serves on the board of the Indigenous arts services organization Aboriginal Curatorial Collective | Collectif des commissaires autochtones (Canada) and on the advisory boards of the new photography biennial PHOTO2020 (Australia) and Melbourne Museum’s Pacific Gallery Redevelopment (Australia).