I spent part of New Years Day at the Art Gallery of NSW having a wander through the exhibits.
The text accompanying Tony Albert’s Hey Ya! (Shake it Like a Polaroid Picture) read, in part
Ritsi (the young man in the photographs) and Albert share an experience of re-connection to country and community by following the movements of their ancestors.
Part of what I’ll be doing on my Big Ride is, in a way, just this: I’ll be re-connecting with the places my antecedents lived for thousands of years by following their movements across Europe. I will visit reminders and remainders of their culture and, hopefully, connect with my fellow descendants who still, or are again, living there.
The European Jews were, of course, displaced by the awful tides of hate…
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