Tiarna Herczeg is a proud Kuku Yalanji and Hungarian living on Gadigal lands. Their mob’s land runs along the east coast of Far north QLD and includes the land and waters between Port Douglas and just South of Cooktown.
Herczeg’s work is often understood with a comprehension of Indigenous, non western maps. Maps that follow paths, songlines and significant places. Tiarna’s practice is intuitive and instinctive as they paint often without a direct idea and rather uses their practice as a ritual for connecting to Country. Herczeg’s approach to painting also comes from a sense of urgency regarding their spiritual and cultural identity.
Tiarna Herczeg at Sucker 7/7/22 - 4/8/22
Please note: All artworks are pick up in-store only after the 4/8/22