Monique Grbec

Monique Grbec is a Wiradjuri woman living in Melbourne. A child of the stolen generation, she is interested in the generational effects of institutionalisation, and the White Australia Policy. Her lifework is fundamentally text based and addressed through the lens of Indigenous Standpoint Theory. Her current work ‘54 Question’ includes audio and 3D installation.

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