Star artist calls Indigenous Australians ‘dinosaurs’
One of the most prominent artists in the world has been
called a racist for a description of Indigenous
Australians in the upcoming memoir.
Advance copies of the biography of performance
artist Marina Abramovic and contains a passage describing the first people of Australia as “dinosaurs.”
He said Abramovich was corrected
without comments from the “early, and proof.”
But in response to excerpts on social media it was unsympathetic,
with lots brand her a racist.
Memoir walk through walls,
featuring describe contact with Abramovich first Indigenous Australians in the 1970s passage.
“Nothing prepared Westerners – Westerners even use extreme – for experiments to meet the first inhabitants of Australia,” the passage reads.
“Indigenous people is not only the oldest race in Australia,
it is the oldest race in the world they look like dinosaurs.
“They are really strange and different and should be treated as living treasures. But they are not.
“To Western eyes, it looks awesome and their faces are
like any other object on the face of the earth;
they have large logs (only one bad result and a meeting with Western civilization is a high-sugar diet that infuses their bodies) and legs sticklike.”