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Adolescent Wonderland Naomi Hobson

Open Hands Exhibition Presented as part of Tarnanthi: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art

16 Oct 2020 – 31 Jan 2021

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Naomi Hobson with her Trusted Camera Source: Š Photo Courtesy of Naomi Hobson


Naomi HOBSON Birth Date Place of Birth Language Skin/Clan

1978 Coen, Far North Queensland Kaantju/Umpila Yikan (after the Hoop Pine Trees)

Coen is my home. My family and country mean everything to me. Naomi Hobson is a Visual Artist who resides on the banks of the riverbeds her grandparents were born. Her residence is an old tin shed that was once her village church. Her colourful abstract compositions act as a link between individuality and a shared identity. Her continual inspiration is the vast traditional lands of her ancestors surrounding the town of Coen in Queensland and her culture. More recently, Naomi is further inspired by the richness of cultural diversity she witnessed first-hand while exploring village life, rural farmlands and the organised urban chaos throughout South East Asia. Coen is a small township of 300 people at the bottom of the McIlwraith Ranges (part of the Great Dividing Range) surrounded by the east coast of Cape York Peninsula, rainforest and open wooded country, with many river systems that snake down to the northern section of the Great Barrier Reef. The local clans include Kaantju, Umpila, LamaLama, Ayapathu, Wik Mungkan and Olkola. This landscape has provided inspiration for Naomi’s paintings. “I paint in my own personal space where I feel most comfortable including my back veranda, in the dry river beds, on the banks of my childhood fishing places as well as at the camp sites that my families have lived and spent time for thousands of years. I will take time to look at the miniature things, the tiny little things that nature hides.” The landscape of Coen is also imbued with a marked political history. Since European settlement Aboriginal people have maintained a connection to their country through working on pastoral properties. Hobson’s grandfather was employed as a stockman for a European family, while other local indigenous people worked as farmhands (cooking, cleaning, gardening, baby-sitters) for no financial reward. Further, Hobson’s family have been active in indigenous land rights and reform movements in the effort to return traditional lands and on social and economic reforms to her Cape York community of Coen. Through her art, Hobson continues her family tradition of political and social engagement. Every brushstroke expresses the innate embeddedness of cultures and country in her paintings. However, this specific link to place is brought about through a keen sense of her own individuality.


My aboriginality is what grounds me. Through art I get to freely express all of this. I can share my creative freedoms in a contemporary way. My style also reflects my individuality... I want my work to tell my stories in an innovative way, I want to introduce new work, to maintain a point of difference, I am wary to redefine and not recycle. While Hobson is quick to point out she has been exploring her art practise since her teenage years, in 2007 Hobson commenced her journey and now her work has been acquired by institutions including the National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of South Australia, Queensland Art Gallery of Modern Art, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Bendigo Art Gallery and Cairns Art Gallery. In June 2018, Hobson held her first overseas solo exhibition at ReDot Fine Art Gallery, Singapore.


Adolescent Wonderland - An Artist’s Introduction


“We have our culture, but we’re also in touch with the world now. Our young people are confident, energetic and kind of up to date. Adolescent Wonderland is getting people to appreciate just being themselves.” Naomi Hobson Tarnanthi 2020: Open Hands


ADOLESCENT WONDERLAND


Naomi HOBSON Daley’s Bike 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901001P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“Ms. Daley, the kindergarten teacher has a flash black bike, it’s them olden -style one. Every time I drop Erica off at kindy, I always check it out.” Kayla.


Naomi HOBSON The Good Sister 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901002P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“Laine always wants to go for a ride on her bike, it’s her bike but she can’t ride it yet it’s too big for her she keeps falling off it so I take her for rides down the road.” Katarina.


Naomi HOBSON OMG! 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901003P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“OMG! This is actually heavier than it looks!” Alaina.


Naomi HOBSON Baby Pink 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901004P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“It’s her favourite colour.” Kayla.


Naomi HOBSON Road Play 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901005P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“She told Mum she was taking me for a ride down the road but she not.” Laine.


Naomi HOBSON Chill 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901006P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“It’s so hot, can’t wait to get there and just chill.” Melita.


Naomi HOBSON A Bed No-more 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901007P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“I knew I would find him back here… he still thinking about our flower garden we use to have, aye Mick? And over there was where we tried to grow vegetables, beans and pumpkin.” Mark.


Naomi HOBSON A Bee and A Butterfly 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901008P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“He wanted us to play fly to the footy field so we did.” Jahmanin.


Naomi HOBSON Free Lollypops 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901009P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“Donna’s selling lollypops, frozen cups and popcorn. I got my lollypop and Marky’s for free and she didn’t even notice.” Puchaanu.


Naomi HOBSON Time Joe 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901010P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“What time there Joe? Can’t take too long… have to go shop soon before it closes at four, pick my supply up for the weekend” Jimmy.


Naomi HOBSON Banned 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901011P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“I’m banned from that store for a week… I don’t care! I’ll just keep riding past to the next shop.” Amos Jnr.


Naomi HOBSON Choice 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901012P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“Choice buddy! Where you want me to stand here or there? Sit here ok?” Puchaanu.


Naomi HOBSON Take-A-Seat 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901013P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“I just come from bottom-end street. I left my guitar there last night at Dwayne’s party. I got it now so I’m on my way back home.” Lee.


Naomi HOBSON The Birthday Skirt 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901014P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“I love this! think I’ll wear it to Puchaanu’s birthday party coming up soon.” Donna.


Naomi HOBSON Blue Bird 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901015P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“I should try and climb this, see how far I can get; I feel like a bird in a cage.” Mark.


Naomi HOBSON Orange 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901016P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“This one’s ripped but e’right, e’goes.” Baziem.


Naomi HOBSON Play for FUN 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901017P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“We always muck-around play music. Keep everybody wake on this street, make them feel good.” Davis.


Naomi HOBSON UDL White Holden 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901018P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“Yea take the photo I’m all good… wait, can you get my drinks in it too please? And how my hair look? Should I put my cap back on or not? maybe not.” Trey.


Naomi HOBSON Young Love 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901019P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“We been going out for nearly 12 months now. Kurtis is from Pormpaaraw. You know them Shortjoe mob? well that’s his mob.” Ratarni.


Naomi HOBSON The Wait 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901020P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“We still waiting and still nothing.” Madena.


Naomi HOBSON They Will See You 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901021P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“They don’t know I’m here. I come here all the time, it’s the best spot on the river but you have to be really quiet otherwise they will see you.” Katherine.


Naomi HOBSON Kid Next Door 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH201901022P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“I’m just chillin and hiding from Mum. She asked me to cut the grass but I don’t feel like cutting the grass right now so I came next door.” Chastyn.


Orange

NH201901016P

Play for FUN

NH201901017P

They Will See You

NH201901021P

Kid Next Door

NH201901022P

NH201901012P

Choice

NH201901011P

Banned

NH201901007P

A Bed No-more

NH201901006P

Chill

NH201901002P

The Good Sister

NH201901001P

Daley’s Bike

Adolescent Wonderland – Series of 5


NH201901009P

Time Joe

The Birthday Skirt NH201901014P

Blue Bird NH201901015P

Young Love

NH201901019P

The Wait

NH201901020P

NH201901010P

Free Lollypops

NH201901008P

NH201901013P

NH201901018P

A Bee and A Butterfly

Take-A-Seat

UDL White Holden

NH201901005P

Road Play

NH201901004P

Baby Pink

NH201901003P

OMG!


Naomi Hobson Discussing Adolescent Wonderland with her Models Source: Š Photo Courtesy of Naomi Hobson


“In the hands of Naomi Hobson, photography is reframed. Photography has a long history as a colonising agent, used to measure and define Aboriginal people, and to record their incarceration, but for Naomi it is simply a means of presenting the colourful daily life in her community of Coen, on Cape York Peninsula.� Nici Cumpston OAM Tarnanthi 2020: Open Hands


ADOLESCENT WONDERLAND (REVISITED)


Naomi HOBSON Fantastic 3 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH202007001P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“Where the party at…?” Harry.


Naomi HOBSON River Mermaid 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH202007002P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“I’m here with my Mum, she over there fishing. I don’t feel like fishing. I just wanted to come down the river to play fun.” Verona.


Naomi HOBSON KFC Girls 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH202007003P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“...to early for photos, we haven’t done our hair first!” Leija.


Naomi HOBSON Super Hero Boy 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH202007004P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“I’m waiting for Bernard to come pick me up on his bike we going trick or treating, I got some lollies but it’s not enough.” Gordon Jr.


Naomi HOBSON Wonderland Girl 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH202007005P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“I love pink everything, see this, my new makeup stuff came yesterday, I’m still deciding which pink colour looks better… what about this colour?” Breanna.


Naomi HOBSON Easter Man 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH202007006P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“Easter was last week man...!” Dylan.


Naomi HOBSON Grass Party 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH202007007P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“No matter long grass, we still make fun.” Alaina.


Naomi HOBSON Rainbow Twins 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH202007008P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“Donna brought us these wigs, I wanted one first and then Lexcine wanted one, she always trying to copy me, aye Lexcine.” Ada.


Naomi HOBSON Feel Good Shoes 310GSM Cotton Rag Art Paper 70 x 104cm (image) plus 4cm white border NH202007009P (Series of 5 + 1 A/P)

“...like my new shoes? They’re pretty cool huh, make me feel like I’m on top of the world bruh.” BJ.


Fantastic 3 NH202007001P

River Mermaid NH202007002P

Easter Man NH202007006P

Grass Party NH202007007P

Adolescent Wonderland (Revisited) – Series of 5


NH202007003P

Super Hero Boy NH202007004P

NH202007008P

Feel Good Shoes NH202007009P

NH202007005P

Wonderland Girl

KFC Girls

Rainbow Twins


Naomi Hobson in Country Source: © Photo Courtesy of Naomi Hobson


Naomi Hobson CV Collections Museum and Corporate Araluen Art Collection, Alice Springs, NT, Australia. Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA), Adelaide, SA, Australia. Artbank Collection, Sydney, NSW, Australia. Bendigo Art Gallery, Bendigo, VIC, Australia. Cairns Art Gallery (CAG), Cairns, QLD, Australia. Cairns Regional Council Collection, Cairns, QLD, Australia. Home of the Arts (HOTA), Surfers Paradise, QLD, Australia International Education Services, Indigenous Art Collection, Brisbane, QLD, Australia. Leeuwin Estate Collection, Margaret River, WA, Australia. Macquarie University Art Collection, Sydney, NSW, Australia. Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT), Darwin, NT, Australia. Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA), Sydney, NSW, Australia. National Gallery of Australia (NGA), Canberra, ACT, Australia. National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Melbourne, VIC, Australia. Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), Brisbane, QLD, Australia. Stuartholme School, Toowong, QLD, Australia. US Consul General, Brisbane, QLD, Australia. Viva Energy Collection, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. Private Bertrand Estrangin Collection, Brussels, Belgium. Brook Andrew Collection, Australia. Christian Louboutin Collection, France. Dame Quentin Bryce Collection, Australia. Dame Rose Horton Collection, Australia. Honourable Tony Burke MP Collection, Australia. Penelope Seidler Collection, Australia Richard Klingler Collection, USA. Sir Elton John Collection, United Kingdom.


Awards 2020 Finalist - Guirguis New Art Prize (GNAP), Federation University Australia, Art Gallery of Ballarat, Ballarat, VIC, Australia. Finalist, Sunshine Coast Art Prize - Caloundra Regional Gallery, Caloundra, QLD, Australia. Australian Tapestry Commission - “Royal Harvest” painting weaved by Australian Tapestry Workshop (ATW) for Indonesian Embassy. 2018 Winner, Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF), Photography Award, Cairns, QLD, Australia. Finalist, Sunshine Coast Art Prize - Caloundra Regional Gallery, Caloundra, QLD, Australia. 2017 Highly Commended, Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF), (Malkarti Poles - Ceramics) Art Awards, Cairns, QLD, Australia. 2016 Winner – The 39th Alice Prize - Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs, NT, Australia. Finalist, 33rd Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island Art Award (NATSIAA) - Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT), Darwin, NT, Australia. Finalist - Geelong Contemporary Art Prize - Geelong Gallery, Geelong, VIC, Australia. Finalist - Len Fox Painting Award - Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum, Castlemaine, VIC, Australia. 2015 Finalist, 32nd Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island Art Award (NATSIAA) - Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT), Darwin, NT, Australia. 2014 Finalist, Gold Coast Art Prize - Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia. Finalist, 31st Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island Art Award (NATSIAA) - Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT), Darwin, NT, Australia. 2013 Finalist, Gold Coast Art Prize - Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia.

Selected Solo Exhibitions 2019 Adolescent Wonderland - Cairns Art Gallery, Cairns, QLD, Australia. Naomi Hobson, Clay Poles, IWAYI - Cairns Indigenous Art Fair, Cairns, QLD, Australia. Journey to the East – Suzanne O’Connell Gallery, Brisbane, QLD, Australia. 2018 New Beginnings – ReDot Fine Art Gallery, Singapore. Times Have Changed – Suzanne O’Connell Gallery, Brisbane, QLD, Australia. 2017 Naomi Hobson - Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. Time and Place: Naomi Hobson - Art Mob Aboriginal Fine Art, Hobart, TAS, Australia.


2016 2015 2014 2013

Kanichi – On Top People - Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. Ngaachi Ngunama – Story Place - Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. Seven Sisters and the Bonefish Story - Depot II Gallery represented by Alcaston Gallery, Sydney, NSW, Australia. Ngaachi Paapa – My Mother’s Country - Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. I am Yikan - Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

Selected Group Exhibitions 2020 Naomi Hobson, Memories from Home - Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF), Cairns Cruise Liner Terminal, Cairns, QLD, Australia. Shifting the Narratives, Alternatives Histories - Cairns Art Gallery, Cairns, QLD, Australia. Chromptopia - Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA), Adelaide, SA, Australia. Know My Name – National Gallery of Australia (NGA), Canberra, ACT, Australia. The Women’s Show – Vivien Anderson Gallery, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. 2019 Body Politics: Contemporary Works from the Collection - Bendigo Art Gallery, Bendigo, VIC, Australia. I, OBJECT - Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), Brisbane, QLD, Australia. Journey Through Culture – ReDot Fine Art Gallery as part of the Tarnanthi Art Festival, Adelaide, SA, Australia. 2018 San Francisco Tribal & Textile Art Fair: Art of Asia, Africa, Oceania and the Americans, San Francisco, CA, USA. Mixed Blood – Contemporary Indigenous Cultural Expression, Tanks Art Centre, Cairns, QLD, Australia. Naomi Hobson and the Kalan Clay House - Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF), Cairns Cruise Liner Terminal, Cairns, QLD, Australia. From Bark to Neon: Indigenous Art from the NGV Collection - National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Melbourne, VIC, Australia. 2017 The Extractive Frontier: Mining for Art, Castlemaine, VIC, Australia. Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF), Cairns Cruise Liner Terminal, Cairns, QLD, Australia, represented by Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. Sydney Contemporary - represented by Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. Australasian Painters 2007 – 2017: Artist Profile 10th Anniversary - Orange Regional Gallery & Orange Regional Museum, Orange, NSW, Australia. 2016 Provenance Does Matter – The Collector’s Exhibition, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.


2016 The 39th Alice Spring Prize Exhibition, Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs, NT, Australia. DENFAIR, Melbourne Exhibition Centre, represented by Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. 33rd Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island Art Award (NATSIAA) Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT), Darwin, NT, Australia. Geelong Contemporary Art Prize - Geelong Gallery, Geelong, VIC, Australia. Len Fox Painting Award - Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum, Castlemaine, VIC, Australia. Kinship, Country & Women’s Australian Indigenous Art - International Education Services, Indigenous Art Collection, Brisbane, QLD, Australia. 2015 Goma Q - Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), Brisbane, QLD, Australia. Out of Queensland: New Indigenous Textiles, Cairns Regional Gallery (CAG), Cairns, QLD, Australia. 32nd Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island Art Award (NATSIAA) Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT), Darwin, NT, Australia. Sydney Contemporary - Carriageworks, represented by Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. ArtNow Far North Queensland - Cairns Regional Gallery (CAG), Cairns, QLD, Australia. 2014 Masterpiece London - South Grounds, The Royal Hospital, Chelsea, London, UK. Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) - Cairns Cruise Liner Terminal, Cairns, QLD, Australia, represented by Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. 31st Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island Art Award (NATSIAA) Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT), Darwin, NT, Australia. 2013 ‘Ngampula Kuunchi – We are family’, Lockhart River Art Group - Emerge Art Space, Inglewood, WA, Australia. Kinship – A Celebration of Fine Art from Far North Queensland Indigenous Art Centres - Tank Art Centre, Cairns, QLD, Australia. 2013 Gold Coast Art Prize - Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia. 2012 Land and Water/Ancient and Modern: Contemporary paintings from Lockhart River - Booker Lowe Gallery, Houston, TX, USA. Lockhart River Art - Art Atrium, Bondi Junction, NSW, Australia. Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF), Cairns Cruise Liner Terminal, Cairns, QLD, Australia. 2009 Some of Us - Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Adelaide, SA, Australia. Taralinga - Woolloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane, QLD, Australia. 2008 Black Roots - Kick Arts Gallery, Cairns, QLD, Australia. Armidale Cultural Art Fair, Armidale, NSW, Australia.


About Tarnanthi An AGSA flagship project, Tarnanthi is an annual cultural celebration that alternates in format between a state-wide festival in one year and a major focus exhibition the following year. Open Hands delivers the quality of content and depth of substance that have been the hallmark of Tarnanthi’s earlier focus exhibitions, such as John Mawurndjul: I am the old and the new in 2018 and Riverland: Yvonne Koolmatrie in 2015. The word ‘Tarnanthi’ (pronounced tar-nan-dee) comes from the language of the Kaurna people, the traditional owners of the Adelaide Plains. It means to come forth or appear – like the sun and the first emergence of light. Tarnanthi presents the forefront of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art from across the country and provides an energised platform for artists to share important stories as new light is shed on their practice.


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