Curatorial+Co. has featured three large-scale paintings from Kim Healy’s epic Songline series in Brookfield Place, Sydney. Presented as part of an ongoing rotating exhibition program between Curatorial+Co. and Brookfield Place, the works will display from May-July 2024, aligning with a series of activations in the building in celebration of NAIDOC and Reconciliation Week.⁠⁠

Healey is a Gumbayngiir/Bundjalung artist and sister of Curatorial+Co.’s Charmaine Davis. Songline, originally commissioned for the Reconciliation Wall at Parliament House NSW, is a living narrative and ancestral mapping system that acts as a guiding line throughout the artist’s life. The series is an expression of Indigenous heritage, Country, culture and history, brought together through Healey’s multi-media art practice.⁠

PROJECT: Brookfield Place, Sydney
CLIENT: Brookfield Property
ARTIST: Kim Healey
PHOTOS: Hamilton Lund