Fake Art Harming Indigenous Artists
Report released by the Productivity Commission on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders suggests that First Nations cultural and intellectual property need a greater recognition and protection, as Australia has no national licensing or production guidelines to protect Indigenous art within commercial design and digital spaces.
The report recommends a much bolder conversation and suggests introducing of new policies to tackle fake art issues and and support Indigenous artists.
Produced By: Tamar Pilobisian
Featured In Story: Nicola St John, Lecturer, Communication Design, RMIT University, and Emrhan Sultan, Researcher, RMIT School of Design, RMIT University
First aired on The Wire, Tuesday 26 July 2022