Léuli Eshraghi

What effect could exhibitions and writing in Indigenous languages have on restoring Indigenous voices to all audiences?”
Léuli Eshraghi creates performances, installations, writing and curatorial projects centred on embodied knowledges, ceremonial-political practices, language renewal, and hopeful futures throughout the Great Ocean. Léuli is an Australian artist and curator of Samoan, Persian and other ancestries. He/Ia is also a Horizon/Indigenous Futures Postdoctoral Fellow, Concordia University.