Biennale of Sydney

LEARNING | NIRIN AT HOME: Mohamed Bourouissa

IBRAHIM MAHAMA

Mohamed Bourouissa, Brutal Family Roots, 2020. Installation view for the 22nd Biennale of Sydney (2020), Cockatoo Island. Commissioned by the Biennale of Sydney with generous support from the Oranges & Sardines Foundation, and assistance from the Ambassade de France en Australie; Institut Français; and the Council for Australia-Arab Relations. Courtesy the artist; Kamel Mennour, Paris; and Blum and Poe, Los Angeles. This artwork was created through an artist residency at the Bundanon Trust. Audio collaboration with Jordan Quinqueret, Nardean and MC Kronic. Photograph: Jessica Maurer
Mohamed Bourouissa, Brutal Family Roots, 2020. Installation view for the 22nd Biennale of Sydney (2020), Cockatoo Island. Commissioned by the Biennale of Sydney with generous support from the Oranges & Sardines Foundation, and assistance from the Ambassade de France en Australie; Institut Français; and the Council for Australia-Arab Relations. Courtesy the artist; Kamel Mennour, Paris; and Blum and Poe, Los Angeles. This artwork was created through an artist residency at the Bundanon Trust. Audio collaboration with Jordan Quinqueret, Nardean and MC Kronic. Photograph: Jessica Maurer
Mohamed Bourouissa, Brutal Family Roots, 2020. Installation view for the 22nd Biennale of Sydney (2020), Cockatoo Island. Commissioned by the Biennale of Sydney with generous support from the Oranges & Sardines Foundation, and assistance from the Ambassade de France en Australie; Institut Français; and the Council for Australia-Arab Relations. Courtesy the artist; Kamel Mennour, Paris; and Blum and Poe, Los Angeles. This artwork was created through an artist residency at the Bundanon Trust. Audio collaboration with Jordan Quinqueret, Nardean and MC Kronic. Photograph: Jessica Maurer
Mohamed Bourouissa, Brutal Family Roots, 2020. Installation view for the 22nd Biennale of Sydney (2020), Cockatoo Island. Commissioned by the Biennale of Sydney with generous support from the Oranges & Sardines Foundation, and assistance from the Ambassade de France en Australie; Institut Français; and the Council for Australia-Arab Relations. Courtesy the artist; Kamel Mennour, Paris; and Blum and Poe, Los Angeles. This artwork was created through an artist residency at the Bundanon Trust. Audio collaboration with Jordan Quinqueret, Nardean and MC Kronic. Photograph: Jessica Maurer
Fabian Brown. Tennant Creek Brio.Photograph by Jesse Marlow for Art Guide Australia

NIRIN AT HOME | Mixed Media Artwork

Each of our education resources include an at home activity aimed at repurposing, reusing or recycling items found around the home. This week’s at home activity is inspired by Tennant Creek Brio's installations at Cockatoo Island and Artspace.

NIRIN AT HOME | Mixed Media Artwork

Tennant Creek Brio.Photograph by Jesse Marlow for Art Guide Australia
Tennant Creek Brio.Photograph by Jesse Marlow for Art Guide Australia
Fabian Brown. Tennant Creek Brio.Photograph by Jesse Marlow for Art Guide Australia
Tennant Creek Brio.Photograph by Jesse Marlow for Art Guide Australia
Tennant Creek Brio.Photograph by Jesse Marlow for Art Guide Australia
Tennant Creek Brio.Photograph by Jesse Marlow for Art Guide Australia
Tennant Creek Brio.Photograph by Jesse Marlow for Art Guide Australia
Clifford-Thompson. Tennant Creek Brio. Photograph by Jesse Marlow for Art Guide Australia
Clifford Thompson and Fabian Brown. Photograph by Jesse Marlow for Art Guide Australia
Tennant Creek Brio.Photograph by Jesse Marlow for Art Guide Australia

What you'll need

Method

At Home Activity. Recycled Materials.

Share your work with us!

We’d love to see how you use these resources at home. Post your stories and photos on Instagram with the hashtag #NIRINathome.