‘Collisions’ film panel with ACMI and The Wheeler Centre

Despite the use of cutting-edge technology, Lynette Wallworth’s virtual reality film Collisions has been a long time coming. The film tells the story of Martu man Nyarri Nyarri Morgan, whose first encounter with Western culture came when he witnessed the explosive effect of an atomic bomb test in the South Australian desert.

In a sold-out event by The Wheeler Centre and ACMI, Nyarri Nyarri Morgan and Nyarri’s grandson, filmmaker and Martu leader Curtis Taylor, joined Wallworth to discuss art as resistance, our collective need to listen to Indigenous stories, and the numerous collisions that went into making the virtual reality film.

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