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Media Release: ModroZorje Wanjina Watchers Sculpture Garden opening in Europe in response to Aboriginal violent and hateful conduct and the corrupt actions of the Aboriginal Industry

ModroZorje Wanjina Watchers Sculpture Garden opening in Europe In response to Aboriginal violent and hateful conduct (including vandalism and death threats) towards our DreamRaiser art projects (an initiative to revive Aboriginal spirituality), and the corrupt actions of the Aboriginal industry, ModroGorje Gallery now has the ModroZorje sister centre in Europe, with the Wanjina Watchers in…

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Media Release: Request for the Australian Government to intervene in the Arts Law Centre of Australia breach of moral rights of non-Aboriginal artists Benedikt Osváth and Gina Sinozich

…and to instruct the Arts Law Centre to remove or change its offensive wording and lack of acknowledgement in its material, articles and publications – in all the instances where the wording is in breach of Australian Copyright Law…

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False attribution by the Arts Law Centre of the Wanjina Watchers in the Whispering Stone sculpture by Benedikt Osváth; Request to the Federal Government for an Inquiry into Aboriginal violence against non-Aboriginal artists and into Corruption in the Aboriginal Industry – Published in the Public Interest

False attribution by the Arts Law Centre of the Wanjina Watchers in the Whispering Stone sculpture by Benedikt Osváth; Request to the Federal Government for an Inquiry into Aboriginal violence against non-Aboriginal artists and into Corruption in the Aboriginal Industry – Published in the Public Interest “Dreamtime Set in Stone – the Truth about Australian…

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Corruption in the Aboriginal Industry and its threat to freedom of expression

 Media Release 12 February 2015 – Corruption in the Aboriginal Industry and its threat to freedom of expression Request to the Federal Government for an Inquiry into Corruption in the Aboriginal Industry, and for investigation of Aboriginal violence against non-Aboriginal artists – includes a letter illustrating typical foolish demands, false claims that artists need “permission”…

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The Wanjinas say: WITHOUT TRUTH – THERE IS NO HOPE!

Spoken by: Jesse Russell-Williams Lyrics: Wanjinas Art: “Wanjina Watchers” by Gina Sinozich, Benedikt Osváth, Marina Lapadatovic, Graeme Biddle, Vesna Tenodi, Damir Tenodi Didgeridoo: Aboriginal artist Goomblar Wylo Book by Vesna Tenodi “Dreamtime Set in Stone — the Truth about Australian Aborigines, as requested by the Those-Who-Know” Goomblar’s didgeridoo performance at ModroGorje Gallery — DVD companion…

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Contemporary Aboriginal art is crap

“Aboriginal art is crap, repetitive patterns suitable for decorative rugs, discussed in dramatically hallowed terms, spectacular fraud playing on the corporate guilt, the stale rejiggings of a half-remembered heritage, corrupted art with all energy, purpose and authenticity lost…” Britain’s leading art critics say it as it is, and give their honest, objective assessment of contemporary…

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Open Letter to the Liberal Government; and thanks to the Office for the Arts for defunding the Arts Law Centre of Australia

Open Letter to the Liberal Government; and thanks to the Office for the Arts for defunding the Arts Law Centre of Australia Before the Federal election on 7 September 2013, this request was sent to the Liberal coalition, in expectation they will take over and liberate Australian people from the Labor Government and its tyranny….

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Wanjina Rising – ridden by jockey Tommy Berry, Wanjina horse is set for glory. Go, Tommy Go!

Wandjina – a million dollar two-year-old racehorse is set for glory. Aborigines are furious over this “offensive” use of the “sacred” Wanjina name without their “permission”. Let’s hope that Aborigines will not start another round of harassment, abuse, violence and vandalism. Unfortunately, this is their customary behaviour whenever they claim to be “offended”. Go, Tommy…

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Vesna Tenodi is a nominee for the NSW Human Rights Award 2013

 An archaeologist, artist and writer, Vesna has been campaigning to ensure human rights and civil liberties for all Australians, in particular the rights of Australian non-Aboriginal artists to create art without censorship, and for Australian archaeologists to explore the past without interference from politicians and lawyers. Within her campaign for freedom of intellectual and artistic…