Gordon Hookey (born 1961 Cloncurry) is an Australian aboriginal performer from the Waanyi people. He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts (1992) and lives in Brisbane, Australia. He is primarily known as a painter but his practice as well as involves sculpture, installation, drawing, photography, and to a lesser extent, animation.
Hookey is a core fanatic of the Brisbane-based Indigenous amassed proppaNOW.
Hookey has been exhibited in the Sydney Biennale with Paranoia Annoy Ya. He had an exhibition called Ruddock’s Wheel, which made fun of a comment by Philip Ruddock who said that aborigines had not used the wheel.
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