A Kuku Yalanji man, Tony Albert, is one of Australia’s foremost contemporary artists, who has gained international acclaim for his exploration of the legacy of racial and cultural misrepresentation, particularly of Australia’s Aboriginal people. Working across a diverse practice which combines text, video, drawing, painting and three-dimensional objects, Albert has developed a universal language that seeks to challenge and rewrite historical mistruths and injustice. He is recognised for his significant contributions to the arts and is acknowledged industry wide as a valued ambassador for Indigenous community and culture. Albert‘s artwork Healing Land, Remembering Country, was exhibited in NIRIN: the 22nd Biennale of Sydney (2020).