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PNG spirit house the hit of Brisbane art festival

PNG spirit house the hit of Brisbane art festival

Updated 2 January 2013, 11:43 AEST

A spirit house built by artists from the Sepik region in Papua New Guinea has made a big impact at the opening of the Asia Pacific Triennial of contemporary art in Queensland's state capital, Brisbane.

It's the gallery's flagship event and a significant one in Australia's cultural calendar, spanning four months and attracting thousands of visitors.

Presenter: Isabelle Genoux

Speaker: Curator Ruth McDougal

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Isabelle Genoux

Isabelle Genoux

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Isabelle is an experienced bilingual reporter, producer and presenter and has worked for Radio Australia’s French and English language programs for 28 years.

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