PHOTO LIVE with Hayley Millar-Baker
On Monday 4 May, Assistant Curator at Murray Art Museum Albury, Nanette Orly spoke with artist Hayley Millar-Baker about morphing fact with fiction and the future of storytelling.
Hayley Millar-Baker is a contemporary artist known for her photographic works. Utilising a variety of narrative techniques, Millar-Baker seeks to recover and recount sequestered histories – engaging with stories connected to her Gunditjmara and Anglo-Indian bloodlines. Most recently, Millar-Baker won the Darebin Art Prize (2019), and has been selected for; Primavera (2018), Melbourne Arts Trams as part of the Melbourne International Arts Festival (2018), and showcased within the Ramsay Art Prize (2019), the John Fries Award (2019), The Josephine Ulrick and Win Shubert Photography Award (2018) and 65th Blake Prize (2018). Her work has been exhibited nationally including the PHOTO2020 International Photography Festival (2020), Sydney Festival (2018), TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art (2019, 2017), HoBiennale (2017), Ballarat International Foto Biennale (2017), and Yirramboi Festival (2019, 2017).
View full program for PHOTO LIVE here.
Read a Q&A with Hayley Millar-Baker here.