Queensland College of Art PhD candidate Dale Harding has unveiled a stunning new work at the Tate Liverpool, as part of the tenth Liverpool Biennial.
Dale joins more than 40 artists from 22 countries at the UK’s largest contemporary art festival, which opened over the weekend and attracts more than a million visitors during its 15 week run.
Dale was commissioned to create a stunning wall composition at the Tate Liverpool, as part of a group exhibition of First Nations and Aboriginal artists.
The large-scale mural has garnered rave reviews, with The Sunday Times singling it out for mention, calling it “a striking piece… inspired by the rock art of his ancestors”.
Dale created the piece by by blowing colour on to the walls of the gallery, using a vibrant ultramarine pigment in place of traditional rock ochres. The blue pigment is made from a powdered laundry detergent, Reckitt’s Blue, which was produced in the

See Full Post >>