Koskela & Galiwin’ku weavers from Elcho Island Arts Collaboration Project Yuta Badayala
Sasha Titchkosky is a director of Koskela, an Australian homewares and lifestyle company. She discusses the processes involved in establishing a collaborative project with Galiwin'ku artists from Elcho Island Arts to create unique lightfittings. Their collaboration is called Yuta Badayala (In a New Light).
In the above video, Sasha Titchkosky, a director of Koskela, discusses the processes involved in establishing a collaborative project with Elcho Island (Galiwinku) artists. To read a written case study of this story, click here.
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- Artistic projects often involve collaboration between a number of individuals and organisations. This can raise numerous issues including ownership, copyright, moral rights, acknowledgement and respect for Indigenous intellectual property and the processes for working together (protocols). For more information about these issues go to the collaborative projects section of the website.