Identifying Misidentification: The Politics in the Painting by the Anglo-Indian Artist Leslie Morgan
Keith Butler analyses the painting Misidentification, which is part of the series Anglo-Indians sail into White Australia, by an Anglo-Indian artist, the late Leslie Morgan, who artistically reimagines Anglo-Indian immigration into Australia. Butler’s article draws upon an interview with Morgan prior to his demise. The transcribed interview is included as an appendix.
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