'Mahood brings a formidable intelligence to her work as a writer and an artist, but also a sly humour here and an almost uncanny talent for observation … By charting these wanderings with such eloquence and scrupulous self-examination, she has created in Position Doubtful a true map of the heart.' The Saturday Paper
Kim Mahood has spent a lifetime exploring the fault lines between back and white relations in Australia - and contemplating them as a writer, artist, and performer. Her latest book, Position Doubtful, is a memoir about her oft returns to the Tanami desert country mapping the connection she has to the place. It’s a beautiful and intense exploration of friendships, landscape and homecoming.
Join us for a special afternoon viewing some of Kim’s work and hearing her in conversation with ABC’s Louise Maher.
Tickets: $10 (includes a complimentary glass of house wine or soft drink)