The Art of Incarceration explores how art and culture can empower Australia’s First Nations people to transcend their unjust cycles of imprisonment. Seen through the eyes of Indigenous prisoners at Victoria’s Fulham Correctional Centre, and narrated by Uncle Jack Charles (Boonwurring Dja Dja Wurrung), this feature documentary follows the inmates’ quest for cultural identity and spiritual healing as they prepare for life on the outside.
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Art of Incarceration | Official Trailer | Netflix
At the Fulham Correctional Centre, incarcerated Aboriginal artists examine the cycle of imprisonment as they prepare for an upcoming exhibition.