News & Events

News

21
Apr
2022

We Bleed the Same Launch

On 29 March the Freilich Project launched the We Bleed the Same Exhibition in the RSSS Building at ANU. Thirty-seven people from diverse backgrounds are featured in a series of stunning portraits taken by Tim Bauer, one of Australia’s pre-eminent portrait photographers. The exhibition also includes a documentary by journalist and film-maker Liz...
10
Mar
2022

We Bleed the Same Exhibition

The Freilich Project is very proud to support We Bleed the Same, an exhibition that explores racism and diversity in Australia through the lens of immigrants, refugees, First Nations peoples, and many others. Thirty-seven people from diverse backgrounds are featured in a series of stunning portraits taken by Tim Bauer, one of Australia’s pre-...

Events

14
Sep
2022

The HRC/Freilich Project Distinguished Annual Lecture: The Holocaust as an Australian Story: Family networks between Australia and Europe during the Holocaust

The Holocaust as an Australian Story: Family networks between Australia and Europe during the Holocaust. The HRC/Freilich Project Distinguished Annual Lecture. Focusing on family connections between Australia and Europe, this lecture offers a novel perspective on Australians’ responses to the Holocaust. Around 9,000 Jewish refugees arrived in...
29
Mar
2022

We Bleed the Same Exhibition Opening

The Freilich Project is very proud to be launching We Bleed the Same, an exhibition that explores racism and diversity in Australia through the lens of immigrants, refugees, First Nations peoples, and many others. Thirty-seven people from diverse backgrounds are featured in a series of stunning portraits taken by Tim Bauer, one of Australia’s pre...

Blog

Thinking beyond heteropessimism: A Q&A with The Heteropessimist podcast

28 April 2022   One of this year’s ECR grant recipients was a project focused on Asa Seresin’s (2019) concept of ‘heteropessimism’. Seresin describes this concept as ‘performative disaffiliations with heterosexuality, usually expressed in the form of regret, embarrassment, or hopelessness about the straight experience’ (2019). To emphasise just...

Combining art, technology, and law to tackle the difficult history of the Western Balkans

17 February 2022   Over the past decade, forensic aesthetics has emerged as a new interdisciplinary field, designed as a bridge between artistic and legal practice. Most commonly associated with the work of London-based research agency Forensic Architecture—a cohort of artists, architects, software designers, investigative journalists,...

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