These works provide an introduction to the Migration Museum galleries. Darryl Pfitzner Milika gives his own unique take on South Australian history, illustrating what immigration and colonisation has meant for Aboriginal people.
Darryl’s work is well known and perhaps best summed up by his statement about his values:
I refuse to be assimilated or appropriated, allocated or intimidated; to have my intellectual or emotional faculties severed from my physical and spiritual being: my Aboriginality (and ultimately my humanity) will always find a campsite.
Find out more about Darryl Pfitzner Milika at http://www.artlogic.com.au/artist/darryl-pfitzner-milika.