Join us for a spotlight talk with 24th Biennale of Sydney artist, Eric-Paul Riege, who will appear by his work on display in the Turbine Hall at White Bay Power Station to discuss the themes and content of the work, his practice and the process of realising the project.

Diné artist Eric-Paul Riege is a weaver and fibre artist working in collage, durational performance, installation, woven sculpture, and wearable art. Using weaving as both means and metaphor to tell hybrid tales that interlace stories from Diné spirituality with his own interpretations and cosmology, he understands his artworks as animate and mobile. His practice pays homage and links him to generations of weavers in his family that aids him in generating spaces of sanctuary.

Logos, from left: Creative Australia, Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, NSW Government, City of Sydney, Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Neislon Foundation, Mrvac, and Destination NSW

Eric-Paul Riege supported by Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain